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Hawaii to re-examine Nader petitions

The Honolulu Advertiser reported on Saturday: The state Office of Elections yesterday agreed to re-examine disputed petition signatures before determining whether independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader qualifies for the Hawai'i ballot in November.

Nader's supporters believe they have collected the 3,711 signatures necessary to get the consumer advocate on the ballot, but election officials initially ruled they came up short. A Nader representative will observe the recount, which will likely occur on Monday. -- State to re-examine Nader ballot petitions (Honolulu Advertiser)