The Cincinnati Enquirer reports:
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the state’s election chief lawfully rejected Kanye West’s effort to get on the Ohio ballot.
In a 7-0 decision, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that West and his vice-presidential candidate Michell Tidball failed to comply with state law in their effort to make the Ohio ballot.
Last month, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose determined the signature and information on West’s nominating petition and statement of candidacy did not match the documents actually used for petitions signed by voters.
Ohio Supreme Court rejects Kanye West’s request to make state’s presidential ballot https://t.co/Vym1MiFFzJ
— Jeremy Pelzer (@jpelzer) September 10, 2020