by Duluth News Tribune
October 10, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota Supreme Court says only a political party can place a new candidate’s name on the ballot. Continue Reading
Tags: court, Duluth, Legislature, Minnesota, Minnesota legislature 3 Comments »
It sounds like Fosle’s getting the short end of the stick here, kind of like the Packers in their Monday night game. I think I’ll write Fosle’s name in. If Travis Silver were to be elected I’m afraid that he might prove to be incompetent.
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I wonder what political party Judge Gildea most closely aligns with?
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Something just doesn’t seem right here.
If in fact as the atricle states, it can be intrepreted that “state statute allows only a major political party to replace a name on the ballot.”, and they obviously ruled accordingly, then why don’t they just state that fact for their reasoning ?
It sure doesn’t seem right that to give special legal favors to those already in power over other challengers who aren’t members of that exclusive club.
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