Election Law

Dodge v. Meyer

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Dodge v. Meyer,[1] the supreme court held it proper to not count an election ballot with filled-in ovals next to both candidates’ names and an ‘X’ over one of the filled-in ovals. The initial vote count of the 2018 race for the District 1 seat in the Alaska House of Representatives gave candidates Dodge Continue Reading »

Election Law

Dodge v. Meyer

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Dodge v. Meyer,[1] the supreme court held it proper to not count an election ballot with filled-in ovals next to both candidates’ names and an ‘X’ over one of the filled-in ovals. The initial vote count of the 2018 race for the District 1 seat in the Alaska House of Representatives gave candidates Dodge Continue Reading »