Pennsylvania Asks For More Time to Respond to Minor Party Brief, on County Distribution Requirement

The Constitution, Green, and Libertarian Parties are in the Third Circuit to overturn the state’s new county distribution requirement for statewide petitions for state office. The case law is overwhelmingly strong that statewide petitions cannot have county distribution requirements, because counties are vastly unequal in population.

The state’s brief in defense of the county distribution requirement had been due on October 26, but the state has asked for, and received, an extension to file by November 30. The case is Constitution Party of Pennsylvania v Cortes, 16-3266.


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Pennsylvania Asks For More Time to Respond to Minor Party Brief, on County Distribution Requirement — 1 Comment

  1. The county stuff was ruled UN-constitutional by SCOTUS in 1969 ( a mere 47 years ago) — one of the few election law opinions that has SOME rationality in it.

    Thus – SUE the robot party hacks for $$$ DAMAGES to bankrupt them.

    Ask the Feds to indict the hacks for subversion of Democracy (i.e. Elector civil rights) — i.e convict them and. put them in jail for about 100 years as an example for other hacks.

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