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Paul Zukerberg Wins Lawsuit Over Whether District of Columbia Voters May Elect an Attorney General This Year

On June 4, Paul Zukerberg won his lawsuit against the District of Columbia Board of Elections in the D.C. Court of Appeals. See this story. The issue is whether the 2010 ballot measure, which the voters passed, requires a 2014 election for Attorney General. The measure as described on the November 2010 ballot said the first election for that office would be in 2014; but the actual complete language of the bill just said it would be in 2014 or later.

The D.C. Board of Elections says it disagrees with the decision and will ask for reconsideration.

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