Calhoun County is one of seventeen to receive money from the Secretary of States office for re-printing their ballot. Calhoun had already printed their ballot when a federal judge ruled the Green Party candidate Ralph Nader must be listed.

The ruling incurred a $200,000 expense absorbed by the State of West Virginia, who had decided not to include Nader. Calhoun's share was not learned, although Wood County had the biggest expense, about $35,000, and Wayne County the smallest at $1800.

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