Les Genovese contre les Gambino
Mr Romanelli will not appear on the ballot because Democratic lawyers persuaded the court that enough of the 95,000 signatures he collected were technically invalid to bring him below the state's 67,000 signature requirement. According to the state's ballot access rules, Democratic and Republican candidates must gather 2,000 signatures to get on the primary ballot, while other parties' candidates and independents must gather 67,000. Greens have called the rules grossly unfair, antidemocratic, and evidence of a "gentlemen's agreement" between Democrats and Republicans to keep other candidates out of state races.
Pennsylvania Court Upholds Rigged Election, Bumps Green Party Candidate Running for Senate, Green Party of the United States, 9 octobre 2006
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