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