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NEW: JW filed an amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court in an effort to overturn a decision of the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals that upheld Utah’s law engineered by GOP legislators to compel GOP members to change how they choose candidates. (1/3)
Until 2014, GOP members elected delegates to represent them at the nominating convention, which selected candidates for the general election ballot. But the Utah legislature enacted SB 54, which effectively compels parties to hold primary elections. (2/3)
JW President @TomFitton: Republican power-brokers in Utah hate party conventions which they can’t control, so they passed an unconstitutional law to control the party at the expense of grassroots activists. The Supreme Court shouldn’t let this stand. (3/3)
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