Wednesday, March 19, 2014


The Stark County Political Report (Stark County's best source for news on the ballot challenge to Stark County Democratic Party appointed Sheriff George T. Maier) is told and has confirmed that Cynthia Balas-Bratton attorney Craig T. Conley has made it to the Ohio Supreme Court and his filed his client's (Cynthia Balas-Bratton) brief and evidence with the high court re:  Balas-Bratton v. Husted and Stark County Board of Elections, Writ of Prohibition, originally filed on March 11, 2014.

The Report spoke with Conley before he left for Columbus earlier today and while he is not speaking with certitude he is confident that he has a winning argument to persuade the Supremes that Ohio Secretary of State Ted Husted should be reversed and the Stark County Board of Elections be ordered to remove Democrat Maier's name from the May 6, Democratic Primary ballot.

In another case development, George T. Maier was granted the right by the Supreme Court to intervene (see order below) with a responsive pleading along with the secretary of state (represented by the Ohio attorney general's office) and the Stark Co. Board of Elections (represented by Stark County commissioners' attorney David Bridenstine).

Here is a LINK to Conley's evidence submission.

Here is a LINK to Conley's brief.

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