According to the Associated Press, a leading Republican gubernatorial candidate in Michigan lost a key court appeal on Wednesday, ensuring that his name will not be on the state’s GOP primary ballot in August. Perry Johnson, a businessman, was one of five Republican candidates running against incumbent Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer in Michigan, however his petition sheets were revealed to include thousands of false or invalid signatures. After the Board of State Canvassers deadlocked on May 26, the candidates were ruled ineligible to be on the primary ballot, according to the Associated Press. According to the Associated Press, Johnson’s legal…
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