Georgia Ballot Challenge News
July 4, 2012
Powell-Swensson-Welden v Obama, Petition for Writ of Certiorari, US Supreme Court, 6-28-2012
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Below is an enhanced audio quality video of the complete January 26, 2012 Georgia State Administrative Hearing. We thank all of you who have reached out to us since the hearing. You've been heard!
Check back often for video interviews from the Georgia ballot hearing held on January 26, 2012.
Please see our press release for complete details.
We have provided two backup locations with the live stream. Click either image logo for the backup stream.
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