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Reform Party of Kansas Changes Mind: Nominated Virgil Goode for President

The Reform Party of Kansas had previously nominated Chuck Baldwin for President in 2012, which was an odd pick considered the Montana preacher wasn’t running for President anymore, not for the last four years. Now, the Reform Party of Kansas has reportedly changed their minds and want to nominate Virgil Goode for President instead. Richard Winger reported over at Ballot Access News:

A few days ago, the Kansas Reform Party state committee met via conference call and revised its presidential nominee from Chuck Baldwin (who doesn’t really want to run for President) to Virgil Goode. The Kansas Objections Board will decide whether to permit the party to change its nominee. The Board consists of the Lieutenant Governor, the Secretary of State, and the Attorney General. The Board meets on Thursday, September 13, at 2 p.m.

This would represent automatic ballot status in Kansas for the Goode campaign.

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  1. Gene Berkman Gene Berkman September 13, 2012

    Guess they won’t be able to recycle campaign materials from 2008!

    Interesting name for a government agency:
    The “Kansas Objections Board”???

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