Voting Cases filed in South Carolina matching "S"
Walterboro, City of et al v. Senator Clementa C Pinckney et al
as 2:2014cv03231
Defendant: Senator C Bradley Hutto , George E Campsen, III , Senator Clementa C Pinckney and others
Plaintiff: William T Young, Jr , Edisto Chamber of Commerce , Town of Edisto Beach and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Declaratory Judgment
Type: Civil Rights Voting
Williams v. South Carolina State Election Commission et al
as 2:2012cv02760
Defendant: Paul Thurmond , Walter Hundley , South Carolina Republican Party and others
Plaintiff: Reginald Williams
Cause Of Action: - Voting Rights Act of 1965
Evans v. Columbia, City of We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2011cv00826
Plaintiff: Patricia A Evans
Defendant: Columbia, City of
Cause Of Action: - Voting Rights Act of 1965
Type: Civil Rights Voting
Butler et al v. Columbia South Carolina, City of We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2010cv00794
Plaintiff: Willie King, Jr , Marvin Heller , Katharine I Butler and others
Defendant: Columbia South Carolina, City of
Intervenor: Durham E Carter
Cause Of Action: - Voting Rights Act of 1965
United States of America v. Georgetown County School District South Carolina et al
as 2:2008cv00889
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Georgetown County School District South Carolina, Georgetown County School District South Carolina, Joe Crosby and others
Cause Of Action: U.S. Government Plaintiff
Type: Civil Rights None
Freeman v. Charleston County Board of Elections and Voter Registration
as 2:2007cv00266
Plaintiff: Ralph E Freeman, Jr, Ralph E Freeman, Jr
Defendant: Charleston County Board of Elections and Voter Registration, Charleston County Board of Elections and Voter Registration
Cause Of Action: Job Discrimination (Race)

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