Farley Anderson, et al. v. Lt. Governor Greg Bell, et al.

Notice of Appearance of Counsel

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Notice of Appearance of the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah Foundation, Inc. (ACLU of Utah), Brent V. Manning, and Tyson B. Snow on behalf of Petitioner Farley Anderson in the Utah Supreme Court.

The ACLU of Utah, Mr. Manning, and Mr. Snow will represent Mr. Anderson, an independent candidate for Governor of Utah whose petition to be placed on the ballot was wrongfully rejected by the Lieutenant Governor in March 2010. Mr. Anderson seeks a ruling from the Utah Supreme Court that "e-signatures" — signatures collected on-line — should be treated the same as handwritten signatures for purposes of independent candidate nominating petitions.

Mr. Anderson also seeks a ruling from the Utah Supreme Court on the constitutional right of independent political candidates to fair and equal access to the general election ballot. Oral argument is scheduled for June 2, 2010.

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