Ninth Circuit Sets Oral Argument for Arizona Ballot Order Lawsuit

The Ninth Circuit will hear Mecinas v Hobbs, 20-16301, on Friday, January 14, 2022, in Pasadena, California. This is the Democratic Party’s lawsuit that challenges the Arizona law on order of candidates on the ballot. The law says the nominees of the party that polled the highest vote for Governor (in that county) will appear first on the ballot. The Republican Party enjoyed the top spot on the November 2020 ballot in all counties except Apache, Coconino, Pima, and Santa Cruz Counties.

This is the only one of the six Democratic Party lawsuits on ballot order that is still alive. The Democratic Party lost the other five cases.


Ninth Circuit Sets Oral Argument for Arizona Ballot Order Lawsuit — 8 Comments

  1. What percent of voters are MORON VOTERS who ALWAYS vote the top listed party hack ???

    Answer – just enough to cause the D/R party hack monarchs/oligarchs to have the top stuff in the election laws.

    Half ballots A-Z
    Half ballots Z-A

  2. Jen Pussucky-fucky has covaids. What’s the over/under Biden and a bunch of other Femo rat bozos will be “dying” from it to escape justice soon?

  3. Stop printing any candidate or party names on the ballots. Use the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot format for all voters foreign and domestic.

  4. This seems to be a peculiar obsession of the Democrats. What if candidates are listed randomly for each office on the ballot? Do the Democrats suppose that they would lose more elections with that?

  5. WZ – What percent of donkeys can —

    NOT read [due esp to politically correct publik skooools who love having donkey grad-U-8s ] ???

    detect top from bottom ???

    detect the latest/greatest donkey logo/icon ???

    Same Qs for non-donkeys.

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