“All I can say is we’re really disappointed,” he said. “A lot of people worked really hard for months on this petition drive.
“I’m surprised it was that few (that were approved). … Not knowing why they rejected more than 4,000 signatures, I can’t really say much yet.”
The party has five days to appeal the ruling.
"We are conferring with our attorneys right now,” said Bruce A. Dixon, co-chairman of the Georgia Green Party. “It is highly likely that we will be in court before the end of this week to litigate this matter. So it ain't over yet."
Nationally, Stein has been confirmed for the ballot in 27 states and the District of Columbia, and she is awaiting confirmation in more than a half-dozen others. An additional dozen states have pending deadlines where the party said it expects to file for ballot access.