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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    by PTurner on Tue Aug 28, 2012 at 02:39:18 AM EST
    Mary Beth Kelly did not vote for "substantial compliance" with the three D-nominated justices.  In fact, she authored the lead opinion providing for the precise OPPOSITE, which was signed in relevant part by the three other R-nominated justices (Young, Markman, Zahra) and will do away with any questions of substantial compliance for election controversies in the future.  

    In fact, the vote was 6-1 against the governor's position.  MB Kelly found actual compliance with the statutory requirements (and thus joined the D's who otherwise believed the referendum should be on the ballot in ordering that it go on the ballot); Young and Zahra thought that there were open fact questions and would have remanded for more evidence to answer them.  Only Markman would have kept the referendum off the ballot entirely as failing to comply with the statute.  

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