Saturday, October 13, 2018

West Virginia Supreme Court Explains Why it Kept Constitution Party Nominee off Ballot for U.S. Senate

Ballot Access News

On October 5, the West Virginia Supreme Court issued its explanation of why it kept Don Blankenship, Constitution Party nominee, off the ballot. State ex rel Blankenship v Warner, 18-0712The opinion is at its weakest near the end, when it tries to explain why keeping “sore losers” off the ballot for unqualified parties doesn’t violate equal protection, because qualified minor parties are free to nominate “sore losers” if they nominate by convention. Thanks to Phil Hudok for the link.

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