Cindi Ross Scoppe

June 20, 2012 12:00 AM

Scoppe: The secret election decision

ON THURSDAY, the State Election Commission will try to convince a judge that it was following state law when it threw away 2,300 votes and declared an obscure college professor the winner of the Democratic Party nomination for the new 7th Congressional District, rebuffing the come-back hopes of the obscure darling of the party elite.

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