Thursday, March 22, 2012


California sued over candidate eligibility

Seeks proof before names added to state election ballot

A lawsuit has been filed in California seeking proof that presidential candidates are eligible for the office before their names are placed on the state’s election ballot, and to have declared unconstitutional a part of the state’s election code.

The action has been filed by attorney Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation on behalf of presidential candidate John Albert Dummett Jr.; Markham Robinson, chairman of the executive committee of the state central committee of the American Independent Party of California; The Constitution Party, Gil Houston; Larry LaKamp, Milol Johnson; and Joe Ott.

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