From Ballot Access News:
On September 15, the New York State Board of Elections removed two independent presidential candidates from the ballot. They removed Rocky De La Fuente because they believe his petition was filed one day too late. They removed Lynn Kahn because her petition was far from having 15,000 raw signatures. Neither candidate had been challenged. But in New York, the State Board of Elections removes candidates if it is obvious that they don’t meet the requirements, even if no challenge is filed.
The Board also determined that the Women’s Equality Party presidential nominee is Hillary Clinton, not Lynn Kahn. Two factions of the party had submitted different presidential nominees. New York will only have four presidential candidates for President on its ballot. This is the fewest number of presidential candidates in the general election in New York since 1964, when there were also just four.
Kahn is a DC writer. See her articles here. Dr. Lynn Sandra Kahn is an independent candidate for President of the United States of America in 2016. See her website at http://www.vote4lynn2016.com/. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the American University in Washington D.C. in 1977. She has more than 35 years experience as an organizational psychologist and executive consultant. Her areas of expertise include multi-partner and multi-agency strategic planning, designing the coordinating structures for complex missions, public sector reinvention and transformation, multi-city and multi-agency town hall meetings, conflict resolution and group dynamics. She is the owner of LSKahn Associates, LLC, New York.