A voter registration official in Marion County, Indiana, says that, despite claims by Rick Santorum, the former Pennsylania senator still does not have the sufficient amount of signatures to get on the state's primary ballot.

Cindy Mowery, an elections official, told The Associated Press on Monday that Santorum still does not have the sufficient amount of signatures for the ballot. Mowery's claim came the same day that Santorum said his campaign had an additional 49 signatures and would make it on the ballot.

Last week, it appeared that Santorum would be excluded from the ballot because he was 24 signatures short of the 500 required in Indiana's 7th congressional district. On Friday it was unclear whether Santorum planned to fight to get on the ballot or not.

Santorum's campaign said that the additional signatures should have fulfilled the requirements and that the campaign would continue to push to get on the ballot.

The Indiana primary is May 8. All three other candidates, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Mitt Romney, have all qualified for the ballot.