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Topic - John Conyers
Michigan election officials won't appeal a decision that puts Detroit Congressman John Conyers on the August primary ballot.
A judge on Friday ordered U.S. Rep. John Conyers' name placed on the August primary ballot, trumping Michigan election officials who said the Democrat was ineligible because of problems with his nominating petitions.
Judge puts US Rep. John Conyers on primary ballot.
Longtime Rep. John Conyers suffered another setback Friday in the struggle to get his name onto the Aug. 5 Democratic primary ballot in his Detroit district, as state election officials confirmed that he lacked enough signatures to qualify.
Michigan at 1 p.m. EDT.
Detroit U.S. Rep. John Conyers loses appeal to get on 2014 ballot.
The judge deciding whether Detroit congressman John Conyers gets on the August primary ballot was confirmed by the U.S. Senate just two months ago.
A judge sharply questioned lawyers Wednesday in a dispute over whether U.S. Rep. John Conyers of Detroit gets on the ballot for a chance to extend one of the longest careers in Congress.
Longtime Michigan Congressman John Conyers on Friday appealed a decision that he lacked enough valid signatures on petitions to get on the August primary election ballot, part of a larger legal campaign to restore his name and run for a 26th term.
Michigan at 6:15 p.m. EDT.
Longtime Michigan Congressman John Conyers joined a federal lawsuit Thursday taking aim at the requirement that petition collectors be registered voters, as part of a larger challenge to an order removing his name from the primary ballot in August.
A Detroit pastor seeking to unseat U.S. Rep. John Conyers says an elections clerk should be commended for a ruling that the longtime legislator doesn't have enough signatures to appear on the Aug. 5 primary ballot for Michigan's 13th Congressional District.
Longtime Congressman John Conyers of Michigan doesn't have enough signatures to appear on the Aug. 5 primary ballot, an elections official announced Tuesday.
An official says Detroit congressman John Conyers' run for re-election appears to be in trouble because of problems with his petitions.
"Draconian water cutoffs are not a pathway to financial solvency," he said, The Detroit News reported. "To the contrary, actions that deny residents the ability to bathe, hydrate or prepare meals for themselves and their families create costly long-term public health challenges. These water cutoffs are not only inhumane but economically short-sighted."
He said a Michigan law that puts strict requirements on petition circulators is similar to an Ohio law that was struck down as unconstitutional by a federal appeals court in 2008.