Donald Trump’s name will appear on Minnesota ballot, a state official said, after its initial absence from the secretary of state’s website caused minor alarm in Minnesota GOP circles.

“We just received the last item,” said Ryan Furlong, communications director for the Minnesota Secretary of State, about Trump’s paperwork. “We were waiting for a pledge from one of the alternate electors. The filing is complete and the Republican ticket should be listed on our site shortly.”

The initial absence of Trump’s name and that of his running mate Mike Pence had caused some concern that a mix-up could cause big headaches for the Republican nominee.

“Last night #MNGOP ‘appointed’ alternate electors to fix problem – BUT this isn’t allowed in #MNGOP constitution – so we have a mess,” Michael Brodkorb, a former deputy chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota, tweeted earlier Thursday morning.

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