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Ballot access in the United States

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Ballotpedia's Fast Facts: Ballot access for presidential candidates

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Ballot Access

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President Trump Attacks Expanding Absentee Ballot Access

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OPINION: Ballot Access

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Florida legislature passes bill limiting ballot access

Ballot access rules, called nomination rules outside the United States, regulate the conditions under which a candidate or political party is entitled either to stand for election or to appear on voters' ballots. The criteria to stand as a candidate depend on the individual legal system, however they may include the age of a candidate, citizenship, endorsement by a political party and profession.
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