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Title "Griffin v. Hawaii"
Date October 22, 2020
Author Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project
Author Institution Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
External Link https://healthyelections-case-tracker.stanford.edu/detail?id=37
Abstract This pro se plaintiff is a candidate for Hawaii's 1st Congressional District. He is seeking a preliminary injunction of Hawaii's mail-in voting program. Specifically, he alleges that voter fraud will result from ballots being intercepted or thrown out by accident; that the system is unfair to the disabled; that alternative in-person voting options are inadequate; and that the hasty decision by the legislature to implement the program was either illegal or against the spirit of system of free elections. Plaintiff is requesting that only official ballots be used, that USPS collect signed verification of receipt of a ballot by the voter, and "[p]ublic comparison of aggregate totals with component parts."
Source Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project


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