More choices for president on Arizona ballot

The Green Party’s candidate is Jill Stein./Facebook
The Green Party’s candidate is Jill Stein./Facebook

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Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan and the Arizona Green Party have struck a deal allowing the party’s presidential candidate on the November ballot despite the party’s failure to file its nomination papers for Electoral College delegates on time.

The party and Reagan asked a federal judge earlier this week to enter an injunction requiring Reagan to accept the electors’ nomination papers.

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