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Sharon Mullen, et al v. City of Dubuque
as 15-2028
Plaintiff - Appellant: Sharon Dull Mullen, Renee H. Mullen
Defendant - Appellee: City of Dubuque, Iowa
Defendant: Crenna Brumwell Sahm, Clerk of Court Dubuque County Courthouse
Leslie Rae Young v. Pete Ricketts, et al
as 15-1873
Plaintiff - Appellant: Leslie Rae Young
Defendant - Appellee: Pete Ricketts, Governor of the State of Nebraska, in his official capacity, Doug Peterson, Attorney General of Nebraska, in his official capacity, John Gale, Secretary of State & Chairperson of the Nebraska Real Estate Commission, in his official capacity and others
Minnesota Voters Alliance, et al v. Mark Ritchie
as 15-1741
Plaintiff: Minnesota Majority
Plaintiff - Appellee: Minnesota Voters Alliance, Minnesota Northstar Tea Party Patriots, Election Integrity Watch and others
Defendant: Joe Mansky, in his official capacity as the Elections Manager for Ramsey County, Virginia Gelms, in her individual and official capacity as the Elections Manager for Hennepin County, Mike Freeman, in his official capacity as Hennepin County Attorney and others
Defendant - Appellant: Mark Ritchie, in his official capacity as Secretary of State
Minnesota Voters Alliance, et al v. Joe Mansky, et al
as 15-1682
Plaintiff - Appellant: Minnesota Majority, Minnesota Voters Alliance, Minnesota Northstar Tea Party Patriots and others
Defendant - Appellee: Joe Mansky, in his official capacity as the Elections Manager for Ramsey County, Virginia Gelms, in her individual and official capacity as the Elections Manager for Hennepin County, Mike Freeman, in his official capacity as Hennepin County Attorney and others
Susan Waters, et al v. Pete Ricketts, et al
as 15-1452
Plaintiff - Appellee: Susan Waters, Sally Waters, Nickolas Kramer and others
Defendant - Appellant: Pete Ricketts, in his official capacity as Governor of Nebraska, Doug Peterson, in his official capacity as Attorney General of Nebraska, Leonard J. Sloup, in his official capacity as Acting Tax Commissioner of the Nebraska Department of Revenue and others
Defendant: Dan Nolte, in his official capacity as the Lancaster County Clerk
Kristina Greene, et al v. Mark Dayton, et al
as 15-1441
Plaintiff - Appellant: Kristina Greene, Joan Spiczka, Paula Fleming and others
Defendant - Appellee: Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, in his official capacity as the Governor of the State of Minnesota, Josh Tilsen, in his official capacity as Commissioner of the Bureau of Mediation Services, Lucinda Jesson, in her official capacity as Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Services and others
Kyle Lawson, et al v. State of Missouri
as 14-3779
Plaintiff - Appellee: Kyle Lawson, Evan Dahlgren, Angela Curtis and others
Defendant: Robert T. Kelly, in his official capacity as Director of the Jackson County Department of Recorder of Deeds
Intervenor Defendant - Appellant: State of Missouri
Kyle Lawson, et al v. Robert Kelly, et al
as 14-3780
Plaintiff - Appellant: Kyle Lawson, Evan Dahlgren, Angela Curtis and others
Defendant - Appellee: Robert T. Kelly, in his official capacity as Director of the Jackson County Department of Recorder of Deeds
Intervenor Defendant - Appellee: State of Missouri
Benjamin Burris, et al v. Donna Cobb, et al
as 14-3740
Plaintiff - Appellant: Benjamin Burris, Elizabeth Gohl
Defendant - Appellee: Donna F. Cobb, in her official capacity as Executive Director of the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners, George Martin, Robert D. Keene and others
Digital Recognition Network, et al v. Mike Beebe, et al
as 14-3084
Plaintiff - Appellant: Digital Recognition Network, Inc., Vigilant Solutions Inc.
Defendant - Appellee: Mike Beebe, in his official capacity as Governor of the State of Arkansas, Dustin McDaniel, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the State of Arkansas
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