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Click here for the full text of this decision FACTS:Ralph Nader challenged provisions of the Texas Election Code, specifically 192.32(a), 192.32(b)(3)(A), 192.32(c), and 192.32(d), under the First and 14th Amendment. The district court ruled against him. HOLDING:Affirmed. “Essentially for the reasons as well stated in the district court’s memorandum opinion, Nader v. Connor , � – F. Supp. 2d � -, 2004 WL 2002248 (W.D. Tex. Sept. 1, 2004), we affirm that court’s final judgment declaring the challenged Texas Election Code provisions legal and constitutional.” OPINION:Per curiam.

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