ByÂ David Sherfinski-The Washington Times
Attorney GeneralÂ Kenneth T. Cuccinelli IIÂ announced Friday that his office finished an investigation ofÂ Mr. Goodeâ€™s petition signatures and that, though there may have been some irregularities, nothing he saw would preventÂ Mr. Goodeâ€™s certification on the ballot.
â€œWe call them like we see them,â€Â Mr. Cuccinelli, a Republican, said in a statement.
Candidates must amass 10,000 petition signatures, including 400 from each district, to qualify.
Some Republicans have fretted over the possibility ofÂ Mr. Goode, a conservative Democrat-turned-independent-turned-Republican from southside, siphoning votes away from Mitt Romney in the key swing state.Â Mr. GoodeÂ has maintained that he will take votes away from both Mr. Romney and President Obama, although recent polls have shown his candidacy having a marginal impact on the race.
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