Litigant in “Most Significant Application” of Bush v. Gore Precedent Cannot Run Again for Judge Because of Felony Conviction

Election law nerds spent a lot of time on Hunter v. Hamilton County Board of Elections, a case in which the Sixth Circuit revived a strong reading of the Supreme Court’s Bush v. Gore decision as an equal protection case. Hunter is the case that Ned Foley … Continue reading →

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