A. PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE et al
||NORTH CAROLINA A. PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE, DEMOCRACY NORTH CAROLINA, ACTION NC, SHERRY DENISE HOLVERSON, ALEXANDRIA MARIE LANE and ISABEL NAJERA
||KIM WESTBROOK STRACH, RICK BRAJER, KELLY THOMAS and NICK TENNYSON
||December 15, 2015
||US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
||LORETTA C. BIGGS
||JOE L. WEBSTER
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||28 U.S.C. § 1331
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|October 27, 2016
ORDER FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION signed by JUDGE LORETTA C. BIGGS on 10/27/2016. For the reasons, as set forth in the Memorandum Opinion filed contemporaneously with this Order, Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction (ECF No. 34) is GRA NTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Defendant Strach shall issue a directive within five (5) days of the entry of this Order to all North Carolina county boards of election as set out. Defendants Thomas and Tennyson shall make available any written dec lination requested by any county board of elections in this state. Defendants Strach, Thomas, and Tennyson shall take all reasonable steps necessary to effectuate this Courts Order. Defendant Strach's Motion to Strike Plaintiffs' Notice and Additional Declarations (ECF No. 116) is DENIED. Defendant Strach's Objection to the Notice of Amended Proposed Order (ECF No. 111) is SUSTAINED, in that Plaintiffs' Amended Proposed Order will not be considered by the Court.(Powell, Gloria)
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