Yeah, fix this shit:
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' name is not yet on the ballot in D.C. after the D.C. Democratic Party submitted registration paperwork a day late, News4 has learned.
The Sanders’ campaign as well as Hillary Clinton's campaign submitted registration fees of $2,500 on time earlier this month in advance of the June 14 Democratic primary.
But the D.C. Democrats did not notify the D.C. Board of Elections until a day after the registration deadline of March 16, News4's Tom Sherwood was first to report on Twitter.
By all indications, this will be fixed before the district’s primary, which is the last in the nation on June 14. Still, what kind of “minor administrative dispute” happened to omit one of only TWO (real) candidates on the ballot? Jeez. Assuming it gets fixed, this is a minor issue in a primary season full of major ones. But the last thing anyone needs in this already charged primary season is another thousand conspiracy theories (or internet flamewars) blooming.