Tag Archives: North Carolina Supreme Court

NC Supreme Court hears arguments in Libertarian-Green ballot access case

by Brian Irving
Raleigh Libertarian Examiner

The North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments in what could be a landmark ballot access case for the state. The hearing culminated a five-year legal battle by the Libertarian and Green parties to reform the state’s restrictive ballot access laws.
Five of the seven justices grilled the attorneys for both sides.… Read more ...

North Carolina ballot access case (including interest in amicus curiae briefs)

from Ballot Access News
North Carolina Supreme Court Seems Eager to Hear Ballot Access Case

December 8th, 2009

The North Carolina Supreme Court will soon be hearing Libertarian Party of North Carolina v State Board of Elections, a challenge to the state’s ballot access laws for minor parties, and also a challenge to other laws that injure minor parties.

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