Two lawsuits are brewing in New York state, seeking to stop the New York primary election results from being certified. The suits, one filed by attorney Mark Moody and one filed by attorneys for Election Justice USA, are approaching the same problem from two different angles. (Read more about Mark Moody here.) If either lawsuit is approved, what could this mean for the delegate count in New York? Could Bernie Sanders pick up any additional delegates from the primary? His motion argues on grounds that a closed primary is unconstitutional according to New York state law.
Here’s what you need to know.
1. Mark Moody’s Motion To Have the New York Primary Declared Unconstitutional Will Get a Ruling on Monday
2. Election Justice USA Wants All Provisional Votes Counted in the Primary
3. Hundreds of Thousands of New York Voters Couldn’t Cast a Ballot in the Primary
4. The Election Results Will Likely Be Certified in Early May
5. Delegate Counts Could Change, Allowing Sanders to Pick Up More, Depending on the Results of These Lawsuits
To read more about the case, you will want to view the following files.