Republican gubernatorial hopeful Perry Johnson asks federal judge to cease printing of Michigan primary ballots

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The Detroit News

LANSING, Mich. — Republican Perry Johnson asked a federal judge Monday to order the Michigan secretary of state’s office to “immediately cease the printing of August 2022 primary ballots” as he made a last-ditch effort to get back into the race for governor. Johnson, a businessman from Bloomfield Hills, was one of five GOP candidates for the state’s top office who were booted from the ballot because of a wave of fraudulent petition signatures that state officials said left the candidates below the minimum 15,000 valid signature requirement. Johnson’s lawyer, Eric Esshaki, a former U.S. House c…

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