Ballot failure

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Newt Gingrich will not appear on the Virginia presidential primary ballot, state Republican Party officials announced Saturday, after he failed to submit the required number of valid signatures to qualify.

The announcement was made on the Virginia Republican Party’s Twitter account. On Friday evening, the Republican Party of Virginia made a similar announcement for Gov. Rick Perry of Texas.

Ten thousand signatures are needed to get on the ballot for the Virginia primary, which is March 6, known as Super Tuesday. The Perry campaign says it submitted 11,911 signatures, according to The Washington Post. But at 6:30 p.m. the Virginia Republican Party posted on its Twitter account that after verification, it was determined that Mr. Perry did not submit the requisite amount.

Mr. Gingrich submitted 11,050 signatures, but after verification, the state party said it determined that he had not submitted enough signatures.

Merry Christmas, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. Every time I think Rick Perry’s Presidential campaign can’t get any more inept, it goes and proves me wrong.

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2 Responses to Ballot failure

  1. It would be fun to hear how much those two paid their astroturf activists to collect signatures.

  2. Brad M. says:

    Rick Perry = Didus Ineptus

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