WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) A judge has upheld Washington’s 2004 gubernatorial election, rejecting Republicans’ petition to nullify the 129-vote victory of Democratic Gov. Christine Gregoire.
Judge Bridges: Overturning election would have meant “judicial egotism”
“An election such as this should not be overturned because one judge picks a number and applies a proportional deduction analysis,” Bridges said. “To do so within the context of the facts of this case would constitute the ultimate act of judicial egotism and judicial activism.”
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