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Alaska Court Lets Lisa Murkowski Intervene in Joe Miller's Lawsuit Over Vote Count

Published on December 2, 2010, by in General.

On December 2, a state court in Juneau, Alaska ruled that U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski is permitted to intervene in the lawsuit Miller v Lieutenant Governor, over the vote count for the U.S. Senate race.  She will argue that write-ins should count even when the voter forgets, or doesn’t know, to fill in the oval next to the name just written in.  She almost certainly doesn’t need such votes, but she will be the only one taking that stance.  Miller and the state agree that those kind of write-ins shouldn’t count.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    See Bush v. Gore 2000 — Having LEGAL votes versus ILLEGAL votes.

    See the U.S.A. HAVA law — passed especially with the 2000
    Florida MORONS in mind — legislative, executive and judicial — i.e. the ENTIRE FL moron regime in 2000.

  2. Demo Rep

    Such HAVA law required ALL State regimes, MORON and rational, to have a definition of a *LEGAL* vote – i.e. a YES or NO test — with each voting system — paper, scanner, whatever.

    Thus – obviously – the LAW about what is a LEGAL write-in vote in AK.

    Again – this stuff is NOT atomic physics – except for New Age M-O-R-O-N-S — especially party hack MORONS – of which there are very many in high offices.

    P.R. and App.V. — regardless of ALL party hack MORONS in ALL States.

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