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Nader files petitions in New Mexico

The Albuquerque Journal reports: Ralph Nader's campaign on Tuesday turned in signatures of an estimated 31,000 New Mexico voters to try to get on the state's general election ballot as an independent candidate for president.

The Nader campaign is required to submit 14,527 valid signatures of registered voters to qualify for the Nov. 2 general election ballot.

"There's no way we're not going to make it," said Carol Miller, who served as New Mexico's petition coordinator for the Nader campaign. -- Nader Petitions Go to State (ABQjournal.com)