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Mississippi Supreme Court Won’t Order Immediate Release of Poll Books

On July 17, the Mississippi Supreme Court voted 4-3 that Chris McDaniel’s campaign is not entitled to immediately see the Poll Books from the June 2014 primaries and run-off primaries. McDaniel’s campaign wanted to see them to see how many voters cast a vote in the Democratic primary of June 3, and then voted in the Republican run-off primary of June 24. However, the law says that before the Poll Books can be made public, each voter’s Social Security Number, birthdate, and telephone number must be redacted, which takes time.

Three justices feel the denial order is premature without further proceedings. Two justices did not participate. The Mississippi Supreme Court has nine members. See this story. The case is In Re: Chris McDaniel, 2014-M-967. Thanks to Thomas Jones for the link.

One Response

  1. Demo Rep

    Is ANY election law stuff in the Stone Age MS regime computerized ??? — i.e. the poll lists of LEGAL Electors.

    Abolish the gerrymander USA Senate with its blowhard MONSTERS.


    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

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