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Nader, Constitution and Libertarian parties file in Kentucky

AP reports: Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader's campaign filed paperwork with state election officials Tuesday to get him on Kentucky's general election ballot.

With about 10 minutes to spare, a group of Nader's campaign workers submitted a petition containing about 10,300 signatures to the Secretary of State's office.

If they're all verified, that's more than double the signatures required under state law.

State election officials must first review them before Nader can officially get on the ballot. They have 24 hours to verify the signatures, according to a Secretary of State news release. ...

Earlier in the day presidential candidates for the Libertarian and Constitution parties were added to Kentucky's general election ballot. -- Nader registers to for Kentucky ballot, Libertarian and Constitution parties (AP via WKYT.com)