1 edition of Proceedings in contested-election cases. found in the catalog.
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: Pacific Reporter 2d 1939-2000• : Federal Reporter 2d Series 1910-1993• : New Jersey Tax Court Reports 1979-2015 Proceedings in contested-election cases. Mexico• : New York Criminal Reports 1810-1924• : North Western Reporter 2d 1952-2018 Northern Mariana Islands• Both parties tried to use the process to their advantage.
Source: Adapted from Anne M. The task force initially took the steps necessary to secure all of the ballots by requesting by telegram that all county clerks protect and keep safe for six months "all originals and copies of books, records, correspondence, memoranda, papers, and documents" pertaining to the contested general election "including but not limited to all ballots, certifications, poll books and tally sheets.
At the option of the contestee, the following defenses may be made by motion, served upon the contestant prior to the contestee's answer: 1 insufficiency of service of notice of contest, 2 lack of standing of contestant, 3 failure of notice of contestant to state grounds sufficient to change the result of election, and 4 failure of contestant to claim right to contestee's seat.
With the filing of an election contest, the Committee on House Administration may later hear the matter, recommend a particular action or resolution to the House, and the House may, by a simple majority vote, determine finally who has the right to the seat in question, regardless of whether or not the Member-elect had been sworn in on the first day of the new Congress. See CRS Report 98-194, Contested Election Cases in the House of Representatives: 1933 to 2005 Election Cases: 1933 to 2005, by L.
: Supreme Court Reports Hun 1873-1895• 13 April 1789 : 126—128; Congressional Record, House, 45th Cong.
31, 1946 Referred to committee: Dec.
: Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Appeals of Maryland 1827-1842• " As an election certificate from the authorized state official is deemed to be prima facie evidence of the regularity and results of an election to the House, it is a presumption that generally allows for the swearing in of a Member-elect holding such certificate, and is a presumption that must be rebutted by a contestant to "change the result" of the election as certified by the state.
Boockvar, Republicans claimed that the state wrongly allowed voters to cast provisional ballots to cure invalid mail ballots.