Monday, October 18, 2004

Ivory not on ballot

KSL News: Ivory's Name Will Not Be on Ballot

This announcement just broke while I was watching KSL Evening News--the county clerk has ruled that Ellis Ivory will not be allowed to be on the ballot to replace Nancy Workman. "Until a vote and certification...(by the Republican committee)...he can't be on the ballot." (very rough transcription)

Despite the post below about my dislike of part of Ellis Ivory's campaign, I'm actually not against him winning. (I really don't care much one way or another.) But I've been against the replacement action, mostly because it seems a little sleazy and underhanded. As a write-in candidate, he has, at least in my opinion, an honest chance.

2 comments:

Bradley said...
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Bradley said...

I like what you've said about Ivory needing to make an honest run at this by being a write-in. If he'd wanted to run before, he should have followed the procedure earlier and gotten his name on the ballot.

That deleted comment above was the same as this. I was trying to see what happens when a comment is deleted. Apparently it sticks around, sort of.