MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Wisconsin election officials are recommending that a well-known protester who says he's running against Congressman Paul Ryan because they share a last name be allowed on the ballot.
Wisconsin's elections board was meeting Tuesday to certify candidates for the ballot and consider challenges to 17 others, including protester Jeremy Ryan.
The Wisconsin Republican Party challenged Jeremy Ryan's nomination papers, saying he should be kicked off the ballot for misleading prospective voters into thinking they were signing up to legalize marijuana.
Staff to the Government Accountability Board say the complaint did not contain sufficient evidence to meet the burden of proof to keep Jeremy Ryan off the ballot.
Jeremy Ryan is the lone primary challenger to the former vice presidential candidate.
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