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Nader appeals in New Mexico

The Albuquerque Journal reports: Ralph Nader has asked the state Supreme Court to place him on the general election ballot as an independent candidate for president.

Nader's campaign filed an appeal Wednesday to a judge's decision that knocked him off the ballot.

State District Judge Theresa Baca ruled Monday that Nader didn't qualify under state law as an independent candidate in New Mexico because he's running in other states as the nominee for minor parties, including the Reform Party. -- Nader Files Appeal To Get Back on Ballot (ABQjournal)