So you can understand why Romneyland is very afraid of a Goode candidacy, and why they're challenging his petitions in court. Virginia has pretty tough ballot access laws; indeed, you may recall that only Romney and Ron Paul secured access for the GOP primary earlier this year, with Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Rick Perry unable to even get on the ballot at all. Goode, though, says he submitted over 20,000 signatures, double the required 10,000. And since they've already been vetted by the elections board, that presents a much tougher hurdle for Romney. So if Goode does indeed stay on and PPP's polling is accurate, Virginia just became a much, much harder nut for Republicans to crack.
P.S. If you've never heard Goode speak, I strongly encourage you to listen to a few seconds of this video. He has one of the most distinctive accents I've ever heard.