Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Bysiewicz wins....

A superior court judge has ruled that Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz does meet the state requirement of 10-years of "active" legal practice to qualify to run for Attorney General. The judge did not rule on the second part of her complaint that the law requiring the 10 yers is unconstitutional.

Bysiewciz now gets to advance to the state convention on May 21-22 in her battle to win the party's nomination. Delegates will now decide if she's qualified. to run as the party's nominee, and votrers ultimately if she is elected.

And whether the issue is finally put to rest depends upon whther today's court ruling is appealed. Stay tuned.


Post a Comment

<< Home