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Published on Sep 8, 2010
Green Party files suit on Monday, asking Judge to knock-off 11 of its own candidates from November ballot arguing that they are "sham candidates" who are part of a political ploy to "mislead voters". Steve May, the Republican candidate for a House seat who helped them register cries foul. He says Democrats are playing dirty politics and stopping what he's started: "grassroots democracy". Democrats in the valley say it is the Republican Party that's up to no good, signing-up "sham" candidates to siphon votes away from Democrats in November. One of the candidates, Anthony "Grandpa" Goshorn tells ABC15 even if he is being used as a political pawn, he's going to fight the suit to keep his name on the ballot. The once homeless taxi cab driver says he's fighting for the people and lower taxes. He also says the suit filed by the Green Party is not very "green" at all given that it is hundreds of pages long.