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Socialist Party

A split Ninth Circuit panel revived a challenge by a former candidate for the Assembly to a state law that forced his party preference on the ballot to be “None,” rather than “Socialist.”

PASADENA, Calif. — A split Ninth Circuit panel revived a challenge by a former candidate for the Assembly to a state law that forced his party preference on the ballot to be “None,” rather than “Socialist.”

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