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Sarasota Alliance for Fair Elections v. Browning

Case Information

Date Filed: September 25, 2006
State: Florida
Issue: Voting Technology
Courts that Heard this Case: Second District Court of Appeals (Case 2D06-4339); Florida Supreme Court (Case SC07-2074)

Issue:

Whether a Sarasota County Charter amendment, which requires a more aggressive election auditing procedure than the rest of the state, is preempted by the Florida Election Code.

Status:

An appeal has been filed with the Florida Supreme Court.  Oral argument was held on 3/10/09.  Disposition 2/11/10.

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