A clarification from the judge allows Republican U.S. Senate candidate Robert Blaha to be on the June primary ballot. According to the order, the Secretary of State must accept the signatures collected by James Day, which puts Blaha over the threshold of 1,500 signatures per Congressional District necessary to make the ballot. See the order below.
Related, a judge issued a stay until Monday for the Secretary of State to finalize the June primary ballot, which the Secretary of State plans to fight. There’s been no word yet on Frazier’s plan to appeal the judge’s decision that has so far kept him off the ballot.
As before, stay tuned, PeakNation™.