Link to Decision of District of Columbia Order Denying Relief to Candidate for Attorney General

As previously noted, on February 7 a Superior Court in Washington, D.C., refused to order the D.C. Board of Elections to put the office of Attorney General on the April 1, 2014 primary ballot, even though in 2010 the voters passed a charter amendment that said, as described on the ballot, that if passed, the voters could choose an Attorney General in 2014. Here is a link to the 7-page order in Zukerberg v D.C. Board of Elections, 2013 CA 8004B. Paul Zukerberg, who petitioned for a place on the Democratic primary ballot for Attorney General earlier this year, has appealed to the D.C. Appeals Court.

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