Jan Garbett ends her legal battle to get on primary ballot
Jan Garbett has ended her legal battle to get onto the ballot for the Republican primary in the governor's race.
Recently, Garbett took her case to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that restrictions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic cut the time she needed to gather signatures.
She wanted her signature threshold reduced from 28-thousand to just below 14-thousand.
Garbett withdrew when the state elections office notified the court that of the 21-thousand signatures her campaign submitted, only about nine-thousand would be accepted.