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Nader wins in Washington

AP reports: Ralph Nader is back on the presidential ballot in Washington state.

The independent presidential candidate gathered more than 1,000 signatures from voters at conventions this summer. The Secretary of State's office determined Nader met the requirements to get on the ballot.

The state Democratic Party and an Olympia attorney challenged that decision in court. A Pierce County judge on Wednesday ruled that the Secretary of State's office did follow state laws in putting Nader on the ballot. -- (AP via kgw.com)