Campaigning in a normal year is hard enough, but campaigning for state office in the middle of a pandemic has created all sorts of issues for candidates. Those hurdles are even harder for candidates still trying to get on the ballot.

Going out and asking someone to sign a piece of paper isn’t as easy as it used to be, but a federal judge ruled earlier this week that the rules the state has set for candidates seeking ballot access was fair and not unconstitutional.

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