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Nader on the Arizona ballot, but could be challenged

Nader dropped off 22,056 signatures to the Arizona Secretary of State, far above the 14,694 required. The vast majority of these signatures were stamped with "PAID CIRCULATOR". The AZ Democratic Party has charged that former AZ GOP chief Nathan Sproul has been paying $3/signature in his efforts to get Nader on the ballot. Sproul and the Nader camp deny the accusations. Nader on AZ ballot (Daily Kos)

Should Democrats challenge this? Just ask Jerry Goldfeder.