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Consent Judgment That Circulators of a Ballot Petition Do Not Have to Be Eligible to Vote in the Election

Robert Timothy Reagan
September 9, 2020
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Malone v. Raffensperger (Leigh Martin May, N.D. Ga. 1:20-cv-2513)
Four days after a case was filed, a district judge issued a consent judgment that it was unconstitutional to require circulators of a recall petition to be eligible to vote in the recall election.
Subject: Recall elections. Topic: Getting on the ballot.

One of many Case Studies in Emergency Election Litigation.