Washington (CNN) - Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich failed to collect enough signatures to appear on the Virginia primary ballot, the Republican Party of Virginia announced Saturday morning, leaving the longtime Virginia resident without a place on the state's ballot and raising questions about his campaign's organization.
Gingrich, as well as Texas Gov. Rick Perry, did not meet the state's requirement of 10,000 signatures and, therefore, did not qualify for the ballot, the Virginia GOP said via Twitter.
Yet they all tell us that they can run the whole country ! The Union of Carnival Barkers need some re organization, maybe Mitts can be hired and send them overseas.
none of GOP idiots should be.....o.k,
Is this a joke? It is comical. I think it is time for these folks to stop worrying about the 10k debates and look at the reason why they are not on the ballot.
Things like this happen when the candidate tries to be his own chief adviser. Guess he wasn't quite as smart as he thought he was.
That is a shame, Newt needs to find a corrupt union boss (they all are, so it won't be hard) to forge signatures for him like Obama did in St. Joseph County, Indiana in 2008. You won't find any coverage of that story on CNN or any of the other liberally biased main stream media, but it happend and if you do your research you will find it.
How can anyone go up against the Kochs and Rove's chosen candidate, "W" Mittens?
The first two words would have been enough -
It looks like Cootchy Cuccinilli has chosen the man of many Mittens. That is what a Koch lap dog should do.
Now we see what lack of money does to the election process. It makes it totally about who is wealthy enough to hire a lot of people to do a lot of leg work.
Makes you question the entire "democratic process".
Oops! Northern Virginia and even Richmond didn't work out for you. Double Oops!
Niether is qualified to be President, so this is perfect!