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DNC v. RNC Consent Decree | Brennan Center for Justice






DNC v. RNC Consent Decree
April 1, 2009|Voting Rights & Elections,Restricting the Vote



In 1982, after caging in predominantly African-American and Latino neighborhoods, the Republican National Committee and New Jersey Republican State Committee entered into a consent decree with their Democratic party counterparts. Under that decree and its 1987 successor, the Republican party organizations agreed to allow a federal court to review proposed “ballot security” programs, including any proposed voter caging.

The consent decree has been invoked several times, by the parties to the decree and by others. Most recently, in late 2008, the Democratic National Committee and Obama for America sought to enforce the consent decree, claiming that the Republican National Committee had not submitted alleged ballot security operations for review. After the election, the Republican National Committee asked the federal court to vacate or substantially modify the decree. The court denied the RNC's motion to vacate the consent decree and ordered the decree remain in effect until December 2017. The RNC then appealed to the Third Circuit, which unanimously rejected the appeal and affirmed the District Court's decision. The RNC subsequently petitioned for rehearing en banc.

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2012
Petition for Rehearing (2012)
Third Circuit Opinion (2012)

2009
RNC Brief in Support of Motion (2009)
DNC Brief Opposing Motion to Vacate (2009)
RNC Reply Brief (2009)
DNC Post-Hearing Brief (2009)
RNC Post-Hearing Brief (2009)
Debevoise Opinion (2009)
Debevoise Order (2009)

2008 (several states)
DNC Brief (2008)
DNC Brief Atty. Certification of Exhibits (2008)
OFA Intervention Memo (2008)
Minute Entry (2008)

2004 (Ohio)
Malone Motion to Intervene (2004)
Malone Intervenor Complaint (2004)
Malone Memo in Support of Intervention (2004)
Malone Intervenor PI brief (2004)
Malone Order (2004)
Malone Appellate Decision (2004)
Malone en banc Decision (2004)
Malone Dismissal (2004)

2004 (South Dakota)
Daschle SD Complaint (2004)
Daschle Temporary Restraining Order (2004)

2002 (New Jersey)
Order (2002)

1990 (North Carolina)
Order (1990)

1987 (several states)
Consent Decree (1987)

Original 1981 case (New Jersey)
Complaint (1981)
Consent Decree (1982)
 

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there are many many cases of them getting caught and the court punishing them
 

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Pretending USA court records and decisions mean nothing even all the way to the scotus is pretty crazy stuff
 

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DNC v. RNC Consent Decree | Brennan Center for Justice






DNC v. RNC Consent Decree
April 1, 2009|Voting Rights & Elections,Restricting the Vote



In 1982, after caging in predominantly African-American and Latino neighborhoods, the Republican National Committee and New Jersey Republican State Committee entered into a consent decree with their Democratic party counterparts. Under that decree and its 1987 successor, the Republican party organizations agreed to allow a federal court to review proposed “ballot security” programs, including any proposed voter caging.

The consent decree has been invoked several times, by the parties to the decree and by others. Most recently, in late 2008, the Democratic National Committee and Obama for America sought to enforce the consent decree, claiming that the Republican National Committee had not submitted alleged ballot security operations for review. After the election, the Republican National Committee asked the federal court to vacate or substantially modify the decree. The court denied the RNC's motion to vacate the consent decree and ordered the decree remain in effect until December 2017. The RNC then appealed to the Third Circuit, which unanimously rejected the appeal and affirmed the District Court's decision. The RNC subsequently petitioned for rehearing en banc.

Click here to learn more about voter caging.

Related Court Documents

2012
Petition for Rehearing (2012)
Third Circuit Opinion (2012)

2009
RNC Brief in Support of Motion (2009)
DNC Brief Opposing Motion to Vacate (2009)
RNC Reply Brief (2009)
DNC Post-Hearing Brief (2009)
RNC Post-Hearing Brief (2009)
Debevoise Opinion (2009)
Debevoise Order (2009)

2008 (several states)
DNC Brief (2008)
DNC Brief Atty. Certification of Exhibits (2008)
OFA Intervention Memo (2008)
Minute Entry (2008)

2004 (Ohio)
Malone Motion to Intervene (2004)
Malone Intervenor Complaint (2004)
Malone Memo in Support of Intervention (2004)
Malone Intervenor PI brief (2004)
Malone Order (2004)
Malone Appellate Decision (2004)
Malone en banc Decision (2004)
Malone Dismissal (2004)

2004 (South Dakota)
Daschle SD Complaint (2004)
Daschle Temporary Restraining Order (2004)

2002 (New Jersey)
Order (2002)

1990 (North Carolina)
Order (1990)

1987 (several states)
Consent Decree (1987)

Original 1981 case (New Jersey)
Complaint (1981)
Consent Decree (1982)
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: OBAMA DIVORCE BOMBSHELL! - The National Enquirer
 

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Topic: Here

TM Posts: Out in Lalaland

See the problem?
One describes specific instances of voter suppression by Republicans.

The other is an imaginary poof piece taken from a supermarket tabloid.

"lalaland", indeed!
 

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If the rumor that Michelle plans to leave Barak, she is far more honest than that calculating, conniving cow, Hilary, married to and sticking with that philandering serial rapist, Bill, for political advantage.
 

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Maybe Barry gave her the old shuck and jive one too many times? Time will tell but she'll likely keep up some sort of facade until his term's up and then adios, or whatever the Hawaiian equivalent.

He likely lies to her the way he lies to the world so it's understandable if she bails. Layer in his narcissism and I bet he's really one fun guy to be around, huh?
 

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