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Cullen v. Town of Lincoln (2004)

Category: Rights of Candidates    Voting Rights    

Lawsuit challenging the legality of a September run-off “preliminary election” for non-partisan at-large school committee seats in Lincoln to be decided in November. A consent judgment was entered, formally declaring null and void both the “preliminary” election results and the town ordinance authorizing this election procedure.

Cooperating Attorney: Annie Goldberg

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  • Sep 16, 2004 - Court Order Declares Lincoln School Committee Election a “Nullity”
  • Sep 14, 2004 - ACLU Asks Court to Void Lincoln School Committee “Preliminary Election”