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Reardon v. LaRose

Case Information

Date Filed: March 16, 2020
State: Ohio
Issue: Improper Election Administration
Courts that Heard this Case: Franklin Common Pleas (Case 20 CV 002105)

Issue:

 Whether the secretary of state acted properly in taking emergency actions to postpone the Ohio Primary in the face of COVid-19? 

Status:

 Complaint Filed 3/16/20. Case terminated 3/17/20. Answer and cross-claim filed 3/17/20. Case reopened 3/18/20. Appeal Dismissed 3/31/20. Termination of Case 4/22/20. 

Common Pleas Court Documents

  • Complaint pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Plaintiffs' Motion For Temporaryrary Restraining Order And Preliminary Injunction pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Affidavit Of Jill Reardon pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Affidavit Of Judith Brachman pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Notice Of Appeal By Plaintiffs pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Order Denying Motion For Temporary Restraing Order And Preliminary Injunction pdf file (3/17/20)
  • Order Terminating Case pdf file (3/16/20)
  • Motion To Intervene pdf file (3/17/20)
  • Intervenor Defendant's Answer And Cross-Claim pdf file (3/17/20)
  • Exhibit 1 pdf file (3/17/20)
  • Case Reinstated By Order pdf file (3/18/20)
  • Order Dismissing Appeal pdf file (3/31/20)
  • Termination Of Case pdf file (4/22/20)
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    Gerrymandering as Viewpoint Discrimination: A "Functional Equivalence" Test

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    In the News

    Daniel P. Tokaji

    This is why US election ballots routinely go missing

    Professor Dan Tokaji was quoted in USA Today about the prevalence of missing election ballots.

     

    "Most of the time, it just goes unreported because it doesn't affect the result," Tokaji said. 


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    Info & Analysis

    Supreme Court Finds Partisan Gerrymandering Claims to be Non-Justiciable Political Questions

    In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion on Thursday determining that claims of partisan gerrymandering are political questions beyond the reach of the federal courts. The opinion resolved disputes originating in North Carolina and Maryland, in the cases of Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek.

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