Indiana Courts Of Appeal

     ELECTIONS – A candidate in Indiana’s May 2007 Democratic primary for a seat on the Terre Haute city council lost to his only opponent, who had died. The Indiana Court of Appeals found that the election rules did not allow a substitution of candidate in the primaries, that the caucus process was properly triggered to find a replacement for the opponent and that a replacement was properly selected to fill the vacancy.

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