Republican Sen. John McCain, who also serves as chairman of the unaffiliated Reform Institute for third-party candidates, has said that Nader should be allowed on the ballot. The institute issued a statement Thursday night in which McCain said keeping Nader off the ballot would discourage election participation by those planning to vote for Nader. Read the Institute's press release. Filings in the case are available here. JURIST's Paper Chase has background on the case. Ralph Nader's campaign website has more on his pursuit of ballot access across the country. AP has more.