“Judge’s Lower Bar for Third Party Candidates Intrigues Republican Election Lawyers”

Daily Report: The chairman of the Republican National Lawyers Association said Friday that a federal judge’s decision to strike down Georgia’s ballot access law as unconstitutionally restrictive could have national ramifications for the 2016 presidential race. U.S. District Judge Richard … Continue reading

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” U.S. District Court Rules Pennsylvania System of Imposing Costs on Minor Party Petitions that Lack Sufficient Signatures is Unconstitutional”

BAN: On July 24, U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Stengel issued a 41-page opinion in Constitution Party of Pennsylvania v Cortes, e.d., 12-cv-2726. He determined that Pennsylvania’s system of charging huge court costs against petitioning candidates and groups violates the … Continue reading

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