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Civil Rights – In-District Residency Requirement Upheld for Ballot Petition (access required)

A Virginia election law that requires individuals who circulate ballot petitions to be qualified to vote in the congressional district where they circulate those petitions and witness voter signatures is constitutional, says an Alexandria U.S. District Court. Plaintiff sued under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging the in-district residency requirement for circulators violates their First and 14th ...

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