Connecticut Absentee-Voting Case Refiled with State Supreme Court

Connecticut Absentee-Voting Case Refiled with State Supreme Court

WITH REQUEST FOR EN BANC HEARING by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 23, 2020) — The plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of newly-enacted Connecticut absentee voting outside of the state constitution’s permissible reasons for not  appearing in-person have requested an en banc hearing with the state’s highest court. As The Post & Email reported Monday […]

Hearings This Week on Connecticut Mail-In Voting Complaint

Hearings This Week on Connecticut Mail-In Voting Complaint

HAS THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE VIOLATED THE STATE CONSTITUTION AND ELECTION LAW? by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 20, 2020) — Two hearings in an election lawsuit filed against Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill (D) will be held this week, with state Supreme Court Justice Richard A. Robinson presiding. Hearings will take place on […]

Lawsuits Filed Against Connecticut Secretary of the State over Absentee Voting

Lawsuits Filed Against Connecticut Secretary of the State over Absentee Voting

“IT’S ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 5, 2020) — On July 1, a Connecticut-based non-profit filed a lawsuit naming Secretary of the State Denise Merrill (D) as defendant as a result of her announced intent in early May to send absentee-voter applications to every registered voter for the state’s primary elections on August […]