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U.S. District Judge in Georgia Still Hasn't Acted on Reconsideration Request in Ballot Access Case

Published on September 20, 2012, by in General.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard W. Story, a Clinton appointee, ruled against the Constitution Party and the Green Party in their presidential ballot access case on July 17, before the state had even answered the complaint. He relied on precedents that do not involve presidential elections, and seemed not to notice that the case only concerns presidential ballot access.

Plaintiffs asked for reconsideration on July 24. Almost two months has passed and Judge Story has taken no action on the request for reconsideration. The case is Green Party of Georgia v State, northern district, 1:12cv-1822.

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