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Minnesota Majority v. Ritchie

Case Information

Date Filed / Ended: May 28, 2009 / July 22, 2009
State: Minnesota
Issue: Voter Registration
Courts that Heard this Case: Minnesota Supreme Court (Case A090950)

Issue:

Petitioners allege that the state's voter registration system has not been adequately updated and that vote totals from canvassing boards exceed the stated number of registered voters.

Status:

Petition filed 5/28.  Order dismissing petition for declaratory judgment, 7/22.

Minnesota Supreme Court Documents

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