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Nader on the Mississippi ballot

AP reports: Reform Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader and Peter Camejo will appear on Mississippi's November 2 ballot.

The state Board of Election Commissioners on Tuesday rejected a challenge to Nader and his running mate, Peter Camejo, brought by the Mississippi Democratic Party.

Sam Begley, an attorney representing the Democratic Party, had challenged the legitimacy of the Reform Party. He said the party was no longer in existence and that it had not held a national political party convention to nominate the candidates. -- Nader Will Appear on State Ballot (AP via wdam.com)