Polasek-Savage v. Benson
Lawsuit challenging the number of observers permitted to oversee counting of absentee votes. All parties had agreed in advance to one observer per side. Then on Election Day, Republicans demanded to have 10 observers present. The court rejected the argument the same day, noting, "in addition to plaintiffs' failure to expressly request the same, it is not apparent plaintiffs have a clear legal right to request that their chosen number of election challengers be permitted at an absent voter counting board."
|Order Denying Motion for Declaratory Relief||11/03/20||Order||Filed|