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Supreme Court case based in Md. could have wide impact

A little-noticed lawsuit brought by a Maryland man challenging the state’s contorted congressional districts will be heard this fall by the Supreme Court — where it has the potential to open a new line of constitutional attack for opponents of gerrymandering.

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The DNC may have broken the law by hiring an illegal immigrant

Judicial watch raised an interesting question this week regarding one of the more intriguing hires made by Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s team at the DNC. Did they violate the law by hiring an illegal alien?

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Group pushes investigation of DNC’s illegal immigrant hire

A government watchdog group has called for a federal investigation into the Democratic National Committee for “knowingly hiring” an illegal immigrant to assist with its political messaging to minorities during the 2016 election cycle.

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Watchdog group wants FEC probe of illegal immigrant fellow hired by DNC

A conservative watchdog group said Wednesday it has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission charging that the Democratic National Committee violated federal law when it hired an illegal immigrant as a “fellow” ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

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Judicial Watch: FEC Must Investigate Democratic National Committee for Employing Illegal Alien to Craft 2016 Political Message

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission requesting that it investigate the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for having “knowingly hired” an illegal alien, Cindy Nava, to help craft the committee’s 2016 political message and communications.  Judicial Watch filed its complaint…

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Judicial Watch Files for Preliminary Injunction to Halt Native Hawaiian-Only Separatist Election

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction to halt a native Hawaiian election in which voter registration was restricted both by race and by a strict adherence to specified political viewpoints. The motion was filed on behalf of the five Hawaiian…

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Judicial Watch Files Amicus Brief Asking Supreme Court To Require Fourth Circuit to Follow Three-Judge Court Act in Maryland Gerrymandering Challenge

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed an amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to affirm the Three-Judge Court Act, a law requiring three federal judges to be empaneled to hear key federal lawsuits concerning redistricting, voting rights, and other key constitutional…

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Native Hawaiian Campaign Roils Voters

A group trying to elect delegates to a constitutional convention to create a self-governing entity of Native Hawaiians is discriminatory and unconstitutional, voters claim in Federal Court.

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Hawaiian sovereignty issue returns to the courtroom

[A] new push to hold a Hawaiian-only election to elect Hawaiian-only delegates

WEEKLY UPDATE

Exclusive Clinton Email News

Judicial Watch Takes Lead on Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Illegal Immigration Crisis Weakens Citizens’ Voting Rights Judicial Watch Civil Rights Suit Challenges Race-Based Separatist Vote in Hawaii Judicial Watch Takes Lead on Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Judicial Watch has had remarkable success in using the court process to obtain answers…

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Federal lawsuit filed to block Native Hawaiian election

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Files Civil Rights Lawsuit to Stop Race-Based Separatist Vote in Hawaii

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit in United States District Court for the District of Hawaii that seeks to stop a scheme by the State of Hawaii to use a voting list restricted by both race and viewpoint to conduct an election for Native…

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Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Brief, Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Overturn Texas Voting Districting

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch and the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) announced today that they filed an amici curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Sue Evenwel, a Texas resident, due to concerns with “malapportionment” in a Texas election districting law that weakens the voting rights of…

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Hawaiian roll panel to publish name list

In a victory, Judicial Watch has released documents related to the separatist campaign being conducted by Hawaiians. The campaign is dependent on names of native Hawaiians, many of whom were placed on the list without their knowledge, and Judicial Watch has made the list public so Hawaiians can know if they are on the list, and whether they as Hawaiian citizens

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Judicial Watch Announces Release of Government-Funded Race-Based Hawaii Enrollment List for Separatist Vote

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained the race-based enrollment list of native Hawaiians created in accordance with the “Kana’iolowalu,” the controversial racial registration campaign run by the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission (NHRC). Judicial Watch obtained the list under a June 3, 2015 court order issued in…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Supreme Court Misrule

Supreme Court Undermines the Republic Judicial Watch Files Suit to End Gerrymandering in Maryland, Protect Constitution Obama Peddles Global Warming Fantasies, Attacks Political Opponents at Taxpayer Expense Supreme Court Undermines the Republic The whole idea behind lifetime appointments to the highest court in the land is to provide justices with…

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Lawsuit Aims To Fix Decades Old Election Problem

The Daily Caller reports on Judicial Watch’s historic lawsuit that would effectively eliminate the practice of gerrymandering.

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Maryland gerrymandering lawsuit: Judicial Watch claims all voters injured

Andrea Noble at the Washington Times writes about Judicial Watch’s historic gerrymandering lawsuit filed yesterday in federal court. In the lawsuit, Judicial Watch argues that all Maryland voters, regardless of party, are harmed by the state districting plan.

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State Roundup, June 25, 2015: Gerrymander Lawsuit

The Maryland Reporter writes on Judicial Watch’s historic lawsuit seeking to protect the voting rights of Maryland citizens. In the lawsuit, Judicial Watch provides the court with a formula that could be used in the drawing of legislative districts around the country.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Files Voter Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of Maryland Gerrymandering Plan

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a voter lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Maryland’s gerrymandered congressional district maps.  The lawsuit was filed on behalf of voters in each of Maryland’s congressional districts.  Plaintiffs in the new lawsuit include Maryland Delegates Neil C. Parrott and Matt Morgan,…


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