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Litigation

Texas Democratic Party v. Vasquez

Case Information

Date Filed / Ended: November 10, 2008 / November 2, 2009
State: Texas
Issue: Provisional Ballots
Courts that Heard this Case: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas (Case 4:08-cv-03332)

Issue:

Whether the unlawful actions of the defendant resulted in provisional and mail-in ballots not being counted before the state statutory deadline.

Status:

Conditional Order of Dismissal 11/2/09.  Complaint filed 9/2/10.

District Court Documents

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Commentary

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In the News

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Tempe City Council Moves Ahead With Ordinance To Limit 'Dark Money'

Professor Edward Foley appeared on KJZZ to discuss an ordinance in Tempe, Arizona that could limit the influence of “dark money” on its municipal elections.

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Info & Analysis

Sixth Circuit Reverses Dismissal of Ohio ADA Case Alleging Discrimination Against Blind Voters

In an opinion released today, a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the district court dismissing a lawsuit alleging that Ohio\'s absentee voter system discriminates against blind voters. According to the panel, the district court accepted Ohio Secretary of State John Husted\'s \"fundamental alteration\" defense without any evidentiary support. The case, Hindel v. Husted, was remanded to the district court for further proceedings.

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