The New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission will hold a hearing on September 20 to decide if Virgil Goode should be on the ballot as the Constitution Party nominee for president. Goode has presented evidence that he submitted enough valid signatures by the deadline to the various town clerks. He still isn’t certified because a few of the town clerks lost some of those signatures, but he has copies and he has proof that the lost signatures were valid.
The Green Party attempted to petition in New Hampshire but did not obtain enough valid signatures, and didn’t submit the petitions to the Secretary of State. Therefore, there will be either three or four presidential candidates on the New Hampshire ballot, depending on the outcome of the September 20 hearing.