Noting "time is running out," avowed white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller is asking a federal court to rule on his request that he placed on the Democratic ballot for the Seventh District Congressional seat for the August primary.
In documents filed Thursday in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Miller said, "The Missouri primary elections are held on Aug. 8, 2006, less than three months away. With all due respect to the defendant (Secretary of State Robin Carnahan), I honestly believe she's stalling in order to ensure ballots will be printed prior to a ruling by this court in this matter, thus denying me equal opportunity to that of other candidates whose names have been accepted by (her) for ballot inclusion."
Miller noted he has paid the $100 filing fee, and asks the secretary of state to show the law which backs up her claim that "officially established political parties have a right to reject applicants who may seek to exploit a party's structure to promote their own personal political agendas."
Miller, who was also turned away by the Republican and Libertarian parties, is asking the judge to make a decision by June 10.