Ethan Book for U.S. Senate | Connecticut

Feb 24

Update Feb. 24th, 2011

To say the least, this Opposition is legally and politically weak.  There is the glaring appearance that the Defendants and their unauthorized legal counsel are relying on perceived Court biases!
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Feb 11

Update Feb. 11th, 2011

Key issues which are developed in the timely Motion include that the various errors of state law were not singular or random but rather were repeated as a pattern of deliberate indifference, that there does not exist readily available effective remedy in state forums, that there are also constitutional claims and further that the accumulated impacts of all the raised issues support our claims that there has been a lack of fundamental fairness to the state election process.
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Feb 03

Update Feb. 3, 2011


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Sep 26

Update Sept. 26th, 2010

The attached Complaint deals with unsatisfied requests regarding amounts paid to several private law firms for their roles in representing the state in multi-state litigation against several major tobacco companies.  The private law firms included Stamford-based Silver, Golub & Teitell (of which Mr. Blumenthal is a former partner).  Major media reporting estimates that the amount paid to the private law firms was $60 million although the actual amount has been maintained secret.
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Dec 14

Update Dec. 14th

Regarding Preliminary Injunction (Amended)
Describes substantive legal defects to the action of August 31, 2010 of the Working Families Party (WFP) in nominating Dan Malloy as candidate for Governor.  Considering the number of votes cast for Mr. Malloy as WFP candidate added also to the votes cast for him as Democrat Party candidate (considering also the other unaddressed glaring defects of the statewide election process including the observed issues of the City of Bridgeport), this matter of the defective WFP nomination fully alters the election outcome.
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