“Judge Rules in Favor of NEOCH Plaintiffs in Ohio Provisional Ballot Case”

Moritz: “Nov. 13 (6:45 PM) – U.S. District Judge Algenon Marbley today issued an opinion and order granting a motion by the plaintiffs in NEOCH v. Husted. Judge Marbley agreed with the plaintiffs’ argument that a directive issued by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted violated an April 2010 consent decree. The state has already filed a notice of appeal.”

A spokesperson for SOS Husted told BuzzFeed that Husted is appealing because the ruling, if allowed to stand, would “allow potentially fraudulent votes to be counted.”


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