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Attorneys with Crowe & Dunlevy filed a writ of mandamus brief in the Oklahoma Supreme Court on behalf of the League of Women Voters, reports the Bartlesville Examiner Enterprise. The group is looking to change state voting laws that require absentee ballots to be signed and notarized to instead only require that voters sign to verify that they are qualified to vote and marked their own ballot. The group is making the request in anticipation of social distancing measures making in-person voting difficult during the upcoming Oklahoma primary in June.

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Aleeza Furman

Aleeza Furman is a Philadelphia-based copy editor with ALM. Contact her at afurman@alm.com.

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