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Nader in winter…

KW writes: Some of us take a break through the winter. I know, I haven’t done a lot of politics these last, snowy, couple of months. Though, Ralph Nader keeps on working for ballot access. While “votenader.org” is quiet for now, you can still get Nader’s opinions on items such as Egypt, voting rights, and how our country is being run, at nader.org. In addition, Nader is still working on lawsuits he has filed trying to show that the Democratic Party was unjust and unfair, when Nader ran as an independent candidate for President in 2004. As a determined advocate and reformer, Nader is showing the patience and perseverance to expose injustice and change the system. Hope he prevails.

from Ballot Access News
Briefing Schedule Set in Nader Lawsuit Against Democratic National Committee for 2004 Behavior

February 16th, 2011

The Maine Supreme Court has set a briefing schedule in Nader v Maine Democratic Party, et al, case no. washington-county-10-678. This is the tort lawsuit filed in 2009 in which Nader argues that the Democratic National Committee and its allies, in 2004, filed meritless challenges to his ballot access petitions, and engaged in dirty tricks against his circulators. Nader’s brief is due on April 8; the response is due May 27; and the rebuttal is due June 10. The central issue now is whether the lower court should have conducted a trial.

Background in a previous story from Ballot Access News: here

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