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Congressman John Conyers Becomes a Co-Plaintiff in Case Challenging Michigan Circulator Requirement

On May 15, Congressman John Conyers was added as a co-plaintiff to one of the two cases that challenges the Michigan law that requires petitioners for candidates to be registered voters. Because some other co-plaintiffs were also added, the case formerly known as Willis-Pittman is now named Moore v Johnson, e.d., 2:14cv-11903. Thanks to Thomas Jones for this news.

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  1. SEbastian

    Well now The Democrats are crying foul. Remember what they (the Democrats) did to Ralph Nader? Proving they don’t care about democracy or the right to vote. SEb

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