Santorum, Gingrich join Perry's suit over Virginia ballots

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January 5, 2012 05:23

 
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A federal judge on Wednesday gave three Republican presidential candidates permission to join Texas Governor Rick Perry's lawsuit seeking a spot on Virginia's primary election ballot.

Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman and Rick Santorum filed a motion to intervene in the complaint that Perry filed after failing to get the 10,000 verifiable signatures from Virginia voters required for inclusion in the March 6 primary.

Only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul managed to get on the Virginia ballot. Romney won the Iowa caucuses on Tuesday by a razor-thin margin over Santorum.

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