New York Libertarian Gubernatorial Nominee in 2010 Wins Procedural Ruling Against His Republican Opponent

On July 13, the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, ruled that Warren Redlich may proceed with a trial against his 2010 Republican opponent, Carl Paladino, and others. Redlich is suing for defamation. Here is the three-page opinion in Redlich v Stone, 4448 109005/11. Redlich was the Libertarian nominee for New York Governor. He polled 48,386 votes. If he had polled 50,000, the Libertarian Party would have become ballot-qualified in New York for the first and only time. Without the defamatory actions taken against Redlich just prior to election day, he might have polled 50,000 votes.


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