Judge Strikes Down Controversial Clause in NY’s New Election Laws

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A New York state court judge on Friday struck down one controversial sentence in New York’s new election laws.

New York Supreme Court Justice Dianne Freestone said the sentence deprived the rights of courts to rule on disputed ballots.

The last sentence in Article 9-209(8)e of the 2022 Election Law—which has been amended recently by the Democrat-led state legislature—says: “In no event may a court order a ballot that has been counted to be uncounted.”

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