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Topic - John Sears
Reagan-era conservatives must have felt as if they'd been here before late last week as news broke that Newt Gingrich's campaign had failed to gather enough signatures to get his name on the Virginia primary ballot. Virginia law requires presidential wannabes to deliver 10,000 signatures on petitions that include at least 400 signers from each of 11 congressional districts.
He replied that while he might have his preferences, all he asked was that the rules be clear so that everyone knew them and could get on with the "game."