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U.S. District Court Rules that Judicial Watch and True the Vote Have Standing to Sue Indiana Over Alleged Voter Registration List Errors

Published on December 12, 2012, by in General.

On December 10, U.S. District Court Judge William Lawrence ruled that Judicial Watch and True the Vote have standing to sue Indiana state elections officials. Those two organizations believe the Indiana voter registration rolls are not properly maintained, and that many names on the rolls should not be there. The organizations point out that in twelve counties, there are more registered voters than the census finds adult residents.

The case is Judicial Watch v King, southern district, 1:12-cv-800. The decision says the Indiana members of those organizations have standing because if their allegations are true, their Indiana members who are registered voters are being injured.

One Response

  1. Demo Rep

    How many of the dead voters in Chicago have moved to Indiana – just accross the State line ???

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