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Sunday, June 17, 2012

GOP nomination could hinge on court ruling

A week of chaos in the Republican party culminated Friday as updated reports that hundreds of elected delegates are already on board with a class-action, civil rights lawsuit, filed against the RNC and various state GOP parties, with many more delegates sure to follow. Challenging the GOP and the 'mainstream' media's current stance that certain delegates are “bound” to vote for Romney, since he won in certain states, those delegates are asking the courts to revisit a 2007 ruling by the RNC itself that concluded there are no such thing as bound delegates. Adding even more ironic twist is the fact that the ruling was spurred on by an '08 McCain delegate in Utah that wanted to switch to Romney and attorneys for the RNC, based on GOP election law, revealed that any delegate can vote for whomever they choose when reaching the RNC.
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Judy Morris,
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