24 October 2007

Ron Paul First on the Missouri Ballot

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Ron Paul won the top spots on Missouri's presidential primary ballots.

Tuesday was the first day of candidacy filing for the party primary elections on Feb. 5. Candidates who file on the first day draw lottery numbers, with the lowest number winning the right to be listed first on the ballot. That's why Paul will be listed first, even though a representative of Rudy Giuliani was first in line at the secretary of state's office.

Representatives of Republicans Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney and John McCain also filed on Tuesday, as did Democrat Barack Obama.

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