Appeals Court Allows Congressional Candidates to Challenge California’s Election Laws

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an election integrity case involving complaints from congressional candidates in 13 counties across California has standing to challenge the constitutionality of the state’s election laws, regulations, policies, and procedures in federal court.
The case has been sent back to a federal district court in Los Angeles court for discovery, moving the litigation forward, the Election Integrity Project, California (EIPCa) announced Nov. 21.
EIPCa and the 13 co-plaintiffs have alleged that the state has “weakened or removed integrity from the election process.” The lawsuit names as defendants California Secretary of State Shirley Weber, Gov. Gavin Newsom, Attorney General Rob Bonta and the registrars of voters in the 13 counties, including Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside….

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