Posted on December 8, 2014 by the webmaster
In Rubin v. Bowen, California's small parties and their candidates are challenging California's system of top two elections, which unconstitutionally violates their right to participate fully in elections. A trial court judge in Alameda County ruled against us in September, 2013. Our appeal was filed in April of this year. Oral argument in the 1st District Court of Appeals in San Francisco is scheduled for January 15, 2015.
When: Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 9:00am
Where: California Court of Appeals, 1st District, 350 McAllister St., San Francisco (DIRECTIONS)
What: Oral argument in appeal of Rubin v. Bowen
Contact: Restore Voter Choice
For more on this case, including links to all the important briefs and rulings, please visit the plaintiffs' website, Restore Voter Choice.
The plaintiffs and their attorneys strongly encourage interested members of the public to attend hearings. Since court hearings are frequently rescheduled, sometimes at the last minute, you should check the plaintiffs' website for scheduling updates.
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