There is quite a bit of talk that Newt will not be able to make all the primary filing dates. If you read the, chart, it appears to be something of a crock. Even in Ohio, where there are allegedly problems, it is more due to the fact that Ohio has changed the rules, than Newt is out of touch. No one quite knows which Ohio deadline is which.
It makes you wonder what the agenda is to make it appear as though Newt has not been filing his paperwork. It also makes one wonder who is telling the tale that he cannot get on to all the ballots.
“...Establishing the date for a Presidential primary, and determining the type of Presidential primary held, varies from state to state. This is due to differences in state statutes, party constitutions, party rules and regulations, party by-laws, and delegate selection plans. In some states, a caucus and/or convention may be held instead of a Presidential primary election. Other states may use a combination of both caucuses and primaries for delegate selection. This state-by-state variation should be kept in mind when examining this listing of dates for the 2012 Presidential primaries. Questions concerning a state’s primary election procedure should be addressed to the state’s Election Director. …”