FILE- In this Oct. 25, 2018, file photo, Jared Golden, the Democratic candidate for the 2nd District Congressional seat campaigns in Jay, Maine. A federal judge said Wednesday, Dec 5 he would rule next week on a bid to nullify an election result by Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin, whose attorneys made the case that Maine violated the U.S. Constitution when it elected a congressional candidate using a ranked voting method. Poliquin lost the election to Golden, who emerged as the winner under the new voting system.
FILE- In this Oct. 25, 2018, file photo, Jared Golden, the Democratic candidate for the 2nd District Congressional seat campaigns in Jay, Maine. A federal judge said Wednesday, Dec 5 he would rule next week on a bid to nullify an election result by Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin, whose attorneys made the case that Maine violated the U.S. Constitution when it elected a congressional candidate using a ranked voting method. Poliquin lost the election to Golden, who emerged as the winner under the new voting system. Robert F. Bukaty, File AP Photo
FILE- In this Oct. 25, 2018, file photo, Jared Golden, the Democratic candidate for the 2nd District Congressional seat campaigns in Jay, Maine. A federal judge said Wednesday, Dec 5 he would rule next week on a bid to nullify an election result by Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin, whose attorneys made the case that Maine violated the U.S. Constitution when it elected a congressional candidate using a ranked voting method. Poliquin lost the election to Golden, who emerged as the winner under the new voting system. Robert F. Bukaty, File AP Photo

Judge ruling soon on Maine ranked race constitutionality

December 05, 2018 02:21 PM