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Constitutional – West Virginia ballot-order statute is constitutional (access required)

Where a West Virginia statute governing the order in which candidates’ names appear on state election ballots was neutral and nondiscriminatory, and any modest burden on the Democratic Party’s rights was justified by the state’s interests in promoting efficiency and reducing voter confusion and error, the statute was constitutional. Background The plaintiffs are individuals and organizations affiliated ...

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