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  Conservative challenger to Specter likely to get on Senate ballot
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Last EditedRipzaw  Aug 02, 2004 09:13pm
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MediaNewspaper - Miami Herald
News DateMonday, August 2, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionThe national chairman of the Constitution Party said he filed more than 35,000 signatures Monday to get on Pennsylvania's ballot for the U.S. Senate, all but certainly pitting Sen. Arlen Specter against another conservative challenger this year.

In an unusual cross-party display of animosity against Specter, R-Pa., volunteers for Democratic candidate Rep. Joe Hoeffel helped Constitution Party chairman Jim Clymer collect enough signatures to quality for the ballot.
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