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Litigation

 

Odle v. Murray

Case Information

Date Filed: November 13, 2012
State: Arizona
Issue: Provisional Ballots
Courts that Heard this Case: Cochise County Superior Court (Case CV 201200744)

Issue:

Whether provisional ballots which were transported while unsealed were spoiled, and whether or not those ballots should be counted.

Status:

Motion for Temporary Restraining Order filed 11/13/12. Case resolved.

Cochise County Superior Court Documents

News Stories

Commentary

Edward B. Foley

Accuracy About Voting—Needed on Both Sides of Debate

Edward B. Foley

The Golden Rule fully applies: speak truthfully about voting as you would have others also speak truthfully about voting.

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In the News

Daniel P. Tokaji

Donald Trump video outlines first 100 day plans

Professor Dan Tokaji was quoted on Fox28 about Donald Trump’s latest video outlining plans for his first 100 days in office.

"Take immigration for example, one of the cornerstones of the Trump campaign, not just building the wall, but reversing some of President Obama's actions on immigration, in particular the protection of the immigrant children," Tokaji said. "There will be a big backlash from the growing Latino population if he acts too aggressively on that, something that could hurt the Republican Party for decades."

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Info & Analysis

U.S. District Judge Dissolves TRO, Halting Michigan Recount

A U.S. District Judge granted the request of the Michigan Republican Party and the Michigan Attorney General to dissolve a temporary restraining order that had allowed the Jill Stein-initiated recount to commence. Judge Mark Goldsmith determined that Stein failed to show entitlement to a recount under Michigan or federal law. The case is Stein v. Thomas.

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