Rava, William C.; Engrav, Rebecca S.
February 2006
Albany Law Review;2006, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p561
Academic Journal
Focuses on the disagreement of Chelan County Superior Court Judge John Bridges to apply ecological inference in litigations that were filed following a gubernatorial election in Washington in 2004. Argument of the state Republican Party concerning the alleged involvement of illegal votes for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Christine Gregoire; Background on the political custom and culture of the state; Refusal of the judge to assume that local residents in Washington vote the same as with their neighbors.


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