In this file photo, Scott Ready shakes hands with Hardeeville  Municipal Election Commission member Mae Montgomery after Fourteenth  Circuit Court Judge Carmen Mullen ruled, in an emergency hearing, that  Ready's name could appear on the ballot for the town's town  council election. Mullen said the local election commission erred in  applying the law to remove Ready from the May 8 ballot due to a clerical  error on his application and ordered his name appear along with two  other incumbents seeking re-election to two at-large City Council seats.
In this file photo, Scott Ready shakes hands with Hardeeville Municipal Election Commission member Mae Montgomery after Fourteenth Circuit Court Judge Carmen Mullen ruled, in an emergency hearing, that Ready's name could appear on the ballot for the town's town council election. Mullen said the local election commission erred in applying the law to remove Ready from the May 8 ballot due to a clerical error on his application and ordered his name appear along with two other incumbents seeking re-election to two at-large City Council seats. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
In this file photo, Scott Ready shakes hands with Hardeeville Municipal Election Commission member Mae Montgomery after Fourteenth Circuit Court Judge Carmen Mullen ruled, in an emergency hearing, that Ready's name could appear on the ballot for the town's town council election. Mullen said the local election commission erred in applying the law to remove Ready from the May 8 ballot due to a clerical error on his application and ordered his name appear along with two other incumbents seeking re-election to two at-large City Council seats. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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