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State Supreme Court agrees to expedite case filed by group seeking to require paper ballots and limit absentee voting

 
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State Supreme Court agrees to expedite case filed by group seeking to require paper ballots and limit absentee voting
The Arkansas Supreme Court has granted a request to expedite a lawsuit filed by a group that is pushing for paper ballots and restrictions on absentee voting in Arkansas elections.

The lawsuit, filed early last week by Conrad Reynolds and the Arkansas Voter Integrity Initiative (an entity created by Reynolds), names Secretary of State John Thurston and the State Board of Election Commissioners as defendants. Reynolds, a retired U.S. Army colonel, unsuccessfully challenged U.S. Rep. French Hill in the Republican primary in 2022. The plaintiffs are asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to certify the ballot titles and popular names of two proposed constitutional amendments so the group can begin gathering signatures in order to place the measures on the 2024 ballot.

The Supreme Court denied the motion for a temporary injunction, but it granted the motion to expedite and ordered Thurston and the board to file an answer to the lawsuit by Friday, Jan. 26. The plaintiffs were given until Friday, Feb. 2, to file their initial brief in the case, with the defendants’ response brief due the following Friday and the plaintiff’s reply brief (if any) due the Friday after that.



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Re: State Supreme Court agrees to expedite case filed by group seeking to require paper ballots and limit absentee voting
Arkansas Advocate : Arkansas Supreme Court will hear supporters’ case for paper ballots amendments

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Re: State Supreme Court agrees to expedite case filed by group seeking to require paper ballots and limit absentee voting
A legitimate absentee ballot that was properly requested and submitted is perfectly fine.

Unsolicited "mail-in" ballots that can be filled out and submitted by anyone...illegal.
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Re: State Supreme Court agrees to expedite case filed by group seeking to require paper ballots and limit absentee voting
A legitimate absentee ballot that was properly requested and submitted is perfectly fine.

Unsolicited "mail-in" ballots that can be filled out and submitted by anyone...illegal.

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