Supreme Court takes up election official law


In an era when some people still believe the 2020 election was stolen, it's not unreasonable to believe that civic groups registering voters could be viewed as illegally holding themselves out as election officials.

That was the parting message left for the state Supreme Court on Wednesday by the lawyer for a coalition of groups challenging a state law making it illegal for someone to knowingly give the false appearance of acting as an election official.

Last summer, a three-member appeals court panel SSJ

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