Comment: So did Louisiana. And Paul had tried to have his name

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So did Louisiana. And Paul had tried to have his name

removed.

Montana told him it was too late.

In Louisiana, the candidate doesn't get to decide. He isn't technically on the ballot anyway - Electors are. They are the candidates. So if they don't want to withdraw, they stay on.

That's what happened.

And that was also a different scenario - he was put on the ballot as a party nominee. (local parties)

What is being talked about here is putting him on as a write-in. The rules are different for that case.

Maybe in Montana, they don't need his permission. But those links show in a majority of states, they do.

Also, Montana and Louisiana both put Paul's Electors on the ballot within the deadline. The deadline has now passed for both states.