Court Directs Connecticut Voter who was Expelled from the Connecticut Republican Party to Negotiate a Settlement

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By Richard Winger As noted earlier, on February 3 a Connecticut voter who was expelled from the Republican Party then filed a federal lawsuit, demanding to be restored to the registration rolls as a Republican so that she can vote in the April Republican presidential primary. On February 26, the judge in her case set up a settlement conference, which will probably resolve the problem. The case is Miller v Dunkerton, 3:16cv-174.
The party expelled her because last year, without joining the Democratic Party, she accepted a Democratic nomination for a local special election. …read more

Source:: http://ballot-access.org/2016/02/26/court-directs-connecticut-voter-who-was-expelled-from-the-connecticut-republican-party-to-negotiate-a-settlement/