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Federal Court in NY issues ruling in Reform Party dispute

A blow for the local Suffolk and New York State Independence Party Chair. Court rules against Frank MacKay, et al. Makes alternative slate the elected officers of the national Reform Party [RPUSA].

from Ballot Access News
Federal Court in New York Issues Ruling in Internal Reform Party Dispute

December 16th, 2009

On December 16, U.S. District Court Judge Joseph F. Bianco, a Bush, Jr., appointee, issued an opinion in MacKay v Crews, eastern district, 09-cv-2218. He ruled that the 2008 national convention of the Reform Party in Texas was a valid convention. Therefore, the national officers elected at that convention are the rightful holders of the party’s trademarks and logos. Those officers are: chair David Collison, vice-chair Rodney Martin, secretary Janelle Skinner-Weill, and treasurer Beverly Kennedy. The decision, which is already printed, is 19 pages.

Winners and Losers, taken from a list in the decision:

Won in court:

Defendants Beverly Kennedy, Charles
Foster, David Collison, Janice Miller, Ruben
Hernandez, Jr., and Matthew Johnson.
The decision refers to this group as the “Collison Faction.”
Also, Kay Allison Crews,who was appointed as
a receiver by a Texas Court.

The Lost in court:

The plaintiffs in this case are: the RPUSA;
Frank MacKay, President of the RPUSA; the
Independence Party of New York (“IPNY”);
Michael Zumbluskas, a member of the IPNY
and chairman of the RPUSA Legal
Committee; and John Blare, the Secretary of
the RPUSA. The plaintiffs claim to be the
rightful leadership of the Reform Party. The decision
refers to the plaintiffs as the “Blare Faction.”

One Response

  1. And finally, Frank MacKay and John Blare are PWNED.

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