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New motion filed in 2014 Mayoral election case

Hearing is February 10, 2015, at 9amCT, Adair Judicial Center, 201 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY on Write in Candidate Ben Arnold's request to invalidate the November 4, 2014 City of Columbia, KY Mayoral Election.

Elmer George and Jonathan R. Spalding, attorneys for plaintiffs Ben Arnold, Ruth Smith, and William Burton, filed a papers, a "Re-notice of motions," in Adair County Circuit Court on Tuesday, January 26, 2015 that gives notice on February 10, 2015 at 9amCT, they will ask that a date for a trial before the court be set.
The plaintiffs ask the following in the Re-Notice of Motions:
  1. That the constitutional rights action herein hereby be certified pursuant to Civil Rule 23.01 as a class action.
  2. That the plaintiffs be allow to inspect the ballots for the mayor election of 2014
  3. That the matters contained in the Petition be set for trial before the Court on a date certain
The Adair Circuit Court Clerk's office forwarded copies of the action to Jennifer R. Hutchison-Corbin, attorney for the Adair County Board of Elections; H.K. Cooper, attorney for Curtis Hardwick; Marshall Loy, attorney for the City of Columbia; June Parson, unsuccessful candidate for mayor, and Judge Judy Vance, Adair County Circuit Court Judge.

This story was posted on 2015-01-28 09:59:08
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