The fight to get on Virginia's primary ballot continues, and today is the day both sides have to file opening arguments.
Virginia's Attorney General's office says they'll have that turned in, but they didn't give any indication as to what they will say.
The lawsuit is challenging some rules in the Commonwealth.
Candidates have to have 10,000 signatures, and there has to be 400 from each of our 11 congressional districts.
The rule in question is that each person gathering those signatures must be a registered Virginia voter.
Only two candidates met those requirements so, right now, only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul will be on the ballot.
Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and John Huntsman are on the lawsuit with Rick Perry.
Today is the final day any other GOP candidates to get involved in the case.
Governor McDonnell has admitted that Virginia has some of the strictest rules in the country, and that there's room for debate.
Some Valley Republican leaders say they'd prefer all the candidates be listed on the Virginia ballots.
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