Court Rules Utah GOP Can Remove Candidate From Ballot

Albanese, Elizabeth
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/1/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32001, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of the Utah Supreme Court concerning the eligibility of mayoral candidate Ellis Ivory as the official candidate of the Republican Party in Salt Lake County, Utah. Factor that prompted the court to issue the decision; Argument of the Democratic Party on the eligibility of Ivory; Decision of the court favoring the removal of incumbent mayor Nancy Workman from the ballot due to physical incapabilities.


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