Candidate Jill Clark’s challenge to the candidacy of incumbent Supreme Court Justice Lorie Gildea, right, was denied today, just hours after being heard. A special Supreme Court panel denied Clark’s petition to remove Gildea from the primary ballot or remove the designation “incumbent” from the ballot. The court said, “So as not to impair the [...]
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A five-member panel heard oral arguments this morning regarding the petition filed by Jill Clark, who is running for office against Supreme Court Justice Lorie Gildea. Clark argued that it was unfair, and possibly even unconstitutional, to have Gildea listed on the ballot as an incumbent, and asked that either Gildea be removed from the [...]
It took a few tries, but the court has assembled a panel to hear arguments in a petition filed by Jill Clark, who is running for office against Justice Lorie Gildea. Clark wants to remove Gildea’s name from the ballot or at least remove the incumbent designation. The court has naturally recused itself and last [...]
A panel of five retired Supreme Court justices was appointed today, Aug. 21, to hear a petition by judicial candidate Jill Clark seeking to remove Justice Lorie Gildea from the Sept. 9 primary election ballot. Clark also seeks to strike the statutorily authorized language from the primary ballot identifying Gildea as an incumbent. The members [...]
On the way to work this morning, we spotted a lawn sign advertising a candidate for the Minnesota Supreme Court. Glancing at the sign as we drove by, the first and last name on it looked familiar, but they were separated by what appeared to be a jumble of consonants. It was only later that [...]
We pointed out in an earlier post that Minneapolis attorney Jill Clark — one of three attorneys challenging incumbent Justice Lorie Gildea for seat #4 on the Minnesota Supreme Court — has filed an action with the state high court seeking to get Gildea disqualified from the race or at least prevent the word incumbent [...]