On September 4, the Virginia State Board of Elections held three hours of hearings over the November ballot. The Board then placed all three petitioning presidential candidates on the ballot. They are Virgil Goode, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein. Republican Party attorneys appeared at the hearing to argue that the Goode and Johnson petitions are invalid. Virgil Goode himself testified about the Constitution Party’s petition, because the Republican Party challenged some of the petition sheets that Goode himself had circulated.
It is possible that a lawsuit will be filed against the State Board of Elections by various Republican voters and activists, to remove either or both Johnson and Goode. UPDATE: here is a lengthy story from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.