Jennings et al v Elections Canvassing Commission et al

Order Denying Motions To Compel Discovery

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EFF and a coalition of voting integrity groups, representing Sarasota County voters, filed suit in state court in Tallahassee asking for a re-vote in Florida's 13th congressional district. The suit alleges that thousands of citizens were disenfranchised when massive under-votes plagued the tight congressional race between Democrat Christine Jennings and Republican Vern Buchanan. In a high-profile battle over former Rep. Katherine Harris' seat, the result was decided by 363 votes, yet over 18,000 ballots cast on Sarasota County's e-voting machines registered no vote in the race, an exceptional anomaly in the State. This is the court's order denying Plaintiffs' Motions To Compel Discovery.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 11th Circuit, Florida | United States


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