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U.S. District Court in Virginia Explains Why It Upheld Residency Requirement for Circulators

Published on August 31, 2010, by in General.

On August 23, U.S. District Court Judge Henry E. Hudson, a Bush Jr. appointee, ruled from the bench in Lux v Rodrigues, upholding a Virginia law that says circulators for a U.S. House candidate may not work outside their home district.  On August 26, he issued this written opinion.

On August 27, the plaintiffs filed an appeal with the 4th circuit.

The U.S. District Court decision completely misses the point that the restriction violates the circulator’s free speech rights.  The decision does not talk about circulator’s rights.  It says the law is necessary to keep the ballot from being too crowded.  The decision ignores the evidence that no U.S. House race in Virginia history has ever had more than six candidates on a government-printed general election ballot.  Thanks to Gary Sinawski for the news.

3 Responses

  1. A Bush Jr. appointee misses the point.

    Lord, Jesus, I’m shocked. Just shocked.

    Richard Winger you’re a saint to keep fightin’ the good all american patriot fight for our liberty and rights as good Americans.

    Great job this morning on C Spann….

    Man was that great to see you when I turned on the tube for the morning stationary bike ride.

  2. Thanks for mentioning the C-SPAN. I had to get up at 4:30 am and be at the studio in San Francisco at 5:50 am.

  3. DC

    Whay do you thing that cartoons have this popularity these days?

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