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January 14, 2008 at 07:57 AM | Permalink
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Hi. Please keep us posted on this and whether there is any connection to the Clinton Campaign. If there is it is noteworthy. Thanks. S from NYC and Boulder City
Stephen Rose |
January 14, 2008 at 01:30 PM
I don't understand their claim. Their argument is based on it being an election, but Secretary Miller in a LVRJ article the other day said a caucus is not an election. He said this in the context of who can take time work under Nevada law to vote in an election. Therefore if a worker can't take time off under the law to go vote because it isn't an election, then setting up At-large precincts should be okay under the law. Thus their argument fails to state a claim to be litigated.
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