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  2004 Election Lawsuit Count  


  Lawsuits Filed Successes Failures
Bush / Republicans 0 2 0
Kerry / Democrats 2 0 2
  • United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
      The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals covers the States of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the U.S. Territory of the Virgin Islands.
      http://www.ca3.uscourts.gov/
    • 11/1/04 Court Ruling Click to download the free Acrobat Reader
        Democratic National Committee, et al., vs. Republican National Committee, et al.
        The 3rd Circuit upheld a lower court's restraining order prohibiting the RNC from using a list of some 35,000 Ohio voters targeted for challenge. The DNC filed suit against the RNC challenging their use of a list of some 35,000 Ohio voters marked for voter challenge. In 1982 the DNC filed suit against the RNC in which the parties agreed that the RNC would refrain from future ballot security activities involving minorites. The DNC alleges that the RNC is violating that 1982 decree.

    • 11/2/04 Supplemental Court Ruling Click to download the free Acrobat Reader
        Democratic National Committee, et al., vs. Republican National Committee, et al.
        More indepth opinion from the 3rd Circuit regarding their opinion of Novemeber 1, 2004.

    • 11/2/04 Court Ruling Click to download the free Acrobat Reader
        Democratic National Committee, et al., vs. Republican National Committee, et al.
        Order granting a hearing En Banc and staying its order of November 1, 2004, prohibiting the RNC from using a voter challenge list.

  • United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
      The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals covers the States of Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.
      http://www.ca6.uscourts.gov/
    • 11/1/04 Court Ruling Click to download the free Acrobat Reader
        Summit County Democratic Central and Executive Committee, et al., vs. Blackwell
        6th Circuit decision upholding a 50 year old Ohio law that allows the challenging of any person offering to vote at a polling place. (Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3505.20). Democrats unsuccessfully attempted to stop Republican challengers at the polls.


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