We may not be done dealing with who the GOP nominee for Governor in this state may be.  Republican candidate for governor Mark Fisher is suing the head of his party to get his name on the September primary ballot.


Fisher's campaign said the lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Suffolk Superior Court against MassGOP chairwoman Kirsten Hughes.


Party officials said Fisher, a tea party member, received 14.765 percent of the delegate vote, just shy of the 15 percent required. The party counted blank votes toward the total.


Charlie Baker easily won the endorsement.


Fisher argued blank ballots shouldn't be counted. He said that would have put him just over 15 percent.