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The Democratic National Committee has allocated $225,000 for legal action against Anderson's ballot access, and suits already are planned in Massachusetts , New York, Ohio, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

"For one who has lost in [the primary election] process," said Ronald Eastman , the party's general counsel, "to . . . generally ignore it, to get on the general election ballot, then the whole direct primary process suffers."

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As for the Republicans, "We want to outcampaign Anderson, not outmaneuver him in the courtroom," a party spokesman told the Washington Post.

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