Thursday, June 23, 2011

Marshall Home Asks Arizona Supreme Court To Knock Democrat Rothschild From Mayoral Ballot

Posted By on Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 12:52 PM

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You may have thought you'd heard the last of Marshall Home, the fringe candidate who was kicked off the mayoral ballot last week on the reasonable grounds that he doesn't live in the Tucson city limits. But Home is back with the appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court of his unlikely claim that Democrat Jonathan Rothschild can't run for mayor because he is a lawyer. Given Home's litigious ways, it doesn't come as much of a surprise. (We're not going to go into details, but you can find the whole Marshall Home Archives here.)

We don't expect that this appeal will be successful, but if it were, that would leave only two Green Party candidates in the race for mayor.

I'd dig deeper into this, but I dished off Marshall Home coverage last week. Gibson, get right on this!

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