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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Jonathon A. Moseley
A Northern Virginia lawyer and Republican activist filed a lawsuit in state court on Thursday in an attempt to get House Speaker Newt Gingrich to appear on the state's March 6 presidential primary ballot.
While the lawsuit filed Thursday is independent of Mr. Gingrich's campaign, Mr. Moseley has been trying to get them to join it, he said late Thursday.
Mr. Moseley said that he signed ballot petitions for both Mr. Gingrich and Mr. Perry and the form does not leave much room to write in one's address, leading him to suspect that many addresses were crammed in and rendered illegible.