The Libertarian Party is predicting its candidates will stay on the Pennsylvania ballot despite a drawn-out challenge backed by the Republican Party.
Paul Rossi, a lawyer for the Libertarians, said Monday there's "zero chance" that the party will fall short of the 20,601 petition signatures it needs to keep presidential hopeful Gary Johnson and its other statewide candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot.
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