Biden in Danger of Being Left Off the Ballot in Battleground State, Attorney General Says

The re-election campaign of President Joe Biden seems to be on the verge of finding its candidate’s name off the ballot in a key battleground state.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, a Republican, is warning that the Democrats have not followed the law for filing dates to get Biden’s name on the Buckeye State’s general election ballots.
Ohio is considered one of the important battleground states that a candidate must win this fall to take the White House.

Yost has pointed out that the filing deadline in his state is set at 90 days before the general election, but the Democratic National Convention where Biden will be handed his party’s nomination is not scheduled until after that date.
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