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Nader on the Minnesota ballot

The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader will be on the Nov. 2 ballot, the Minnesota Secretary of State's office ruled Tuesday.

The office certified that Nader and running mate Peter Camejo had enough signatures to qualify. His supporters, needing 2,000 signatures, filed 4,781 on Monday. -- Nader secures place on ballot in Minnesota (StarTribune.com)