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Fedder v. Gallagher

Case Information

Date Filed / Ended: November 21, 2006 / January 31, 2008
State: Florida
Issue: Voting Technology
Courts that Heard this Case: Second Judicial Court, Leon County Florida (Case 2006 CA 2996)

Issue:

Whether the voting equipment used in Sarasota County failed to properly record votes cast for candidates in the 13th Congressional District race, denying residents of Sarasota County their right to have their votes counted for this race.

Status:

Complaint to Contest Election filed 11/21/06. Currently in discovery. Joint stipulated dismissal filed 1/31/08.

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