Mississippi Reform Party Congressional Candidates Removed from Ballot

Ballot Access News:

All four of the Mississippi Reform Party’s candidates for U.S. House have been removed from the November 2010 ballot by the Secretary of State. The Reform Party is ballot-qualified in Mississippi. However, the party’s current state officers had not been registered with the Secretary of State. Although the paperwork problem has now been rectified, the certification of the nominees in this year’s election was held to be invalid.

The candidates had been: Barbara Dale in District One, Ashley Norwood in District Two, Tracella Hill in District Three, and Anna Jewel Revies in District Four.

Mississippi has no U.S. Senate election this year, nor any state office elections either. Mississippi elects all its state officers in the odd years before presidential election years.

3 thoughts on “Mississippi Reform Party Congressional Candidates Removed from Ballot

  1. '..... just look at the activists ' [Lake]

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