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The campaign of longtime Michigan Congressman John Conyers has failed to get the number of valid signatures required to get on the August primary ballot. Some of the signatures were collected by two campaign workers who are unregistered voters, which violates state law, and were challenged by Conyers's rival. According to Wayne County Clerk Cathy M. Garrett, he is short by more than 400 signatures. The lawmaker can appeal the decision and if unsuccessful, run as a write-in candidate.