Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum and Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Wallace are set to make it on the state ballot unless they are challenged.
The two men filed to run statewide in Indiana's May Republican
primary but have fallen short of the signatures needed to assure they are on the ballot.
If a voter challenges their appearance on the ballot the matter would be resolved by the Indiana Election Commission.
Both candidates fell just shy of the signatures needed in the 7th District. Wallace was 14 signatures shy of the 500 needed and Santorum was still eight shy on Friday.