Arizona Presidential Preference Election Ballot Out

This morning, Secretary of State Jan Brewer conducted the official drawing that established the order of candidates on the February 5th, 2008 Presidential Preference Election ballot.

In addition to all the crackpots, here is the order of the real candidates:

#3 – Mitt Romney
#4 – Fred Thompson
#8 – Ron Paul
#11 – Mike Huckabee
#16 – John McCain
#17 – Duncan Hunter
#20 – Alan Keyes
#24 – Rudy Giuliani

A link to the listing can be found at the Secretary of State’s website.

Update. It would appear that Tom Tancredo will not be on the ballot in Arizona. Tancredo has decided to drop out of the race. We added Ambassador Keyes to the list at #20.


Comments

  1. You might want to add Alan Keyes to the list of “real candidates”. Just because the MSM are (purposefully?) ignoring his candidacy does not mean that he is a “crackpot”, i.e. running a vanity campaign either with or without delusions of winning.

    He is very articulate, is a former ambassador and a solid conservative.

  2. I echo Ken. Alan Keyes’ website and articulation of the issues is one of the best I’ve seen. He helped me understand some of the more complex issues of this race.

  3. Kenny Jacobs says

    No Tancredo? Seems like an awful oversight by his campaign.

  4. I object to being called a “crackpot” candidate. Perhaps using the term “frontrunners” would be appropriate. We are all for encouraging people to run for public office, right?

  5. Very nice post, I share the same position about this.

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