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Barras: D.C. ballot qualification process should be changed

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The DC Board of Elections uses two different processes for handling ballot qualifying petitions. Both unduly burden citizens, forcing them to use their resources to challenge decisions, including filing lawsuits in D.C. Superior Court. The system cries out for reform. Consider, for example, two recent cases: a challenge to Councilman Michael Brown's petitions and the BOE ruling against...

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