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LNC Business List: Proposed Amicus Brief in LP Ohio Ballot Access Case

lpologoFrom the LNC Business List:

Dear All,

Pursuant to the Policy Manual, Section 2.04(2), I am advising the LNC
of a potential legal action.

Chris Wiest, our attorney in the KET lawsuit in Kentucky, intends to
file an amicus brief in support of the Libertarian Party of Ohio in
their ballot access case in the 6th Circuit. Counsel for the Ohio
party has been consulted and approves. Mr. Wiest is preparing this
brief pro bono on behalf of the Libertarian Party of Kentucky and
would not charge us to be included as a party to the amicus.

I have attached the District Court decision being appealed and the
statement of issues on appeal for those who may not be familiar with
the case.

The filing deadline is June 29 (7 days after LP Ohio’s deadline). I
intend to ask for Executive Committee approval at the next available
opportunity to join as an amicus in this suit.

Yours in liberty,

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Caryn Ann Harlos

Caryn Ann Harlos is a paralegal residing in Castle Rock, Colorado and presently serving as the Region 1 Representative on the Libertarian National Committee and is a candidate for LNC Secretary at the 2018 Libertarian Party Convention. Articles posted should NOT be considered the opinions of the LNC nor always those of Caryn Ann Harlos personally. Caryn Ann's goal is to provide information on items of interest and (sometimes) controversy about the Libertarian Party and minor parties in general not to necessarily endorse the contents.

One Comment

  1. Caryn Ann Harlos Caryn Ann Harlos Post author | June 22, 2016

    I just read the opinion and wow… there certainly appears to be some dirty business there. In any event, it is really easy to see why there is resentment on the part of many Libertarians to the Republican Party.

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