The ESB can review previous rulings.i.
le II Section 4.15 states, “If, after a hearing, the Election Board finds
that provisions of either this Code or decisions, opinions, orders, or rulingsof the Election Board have been violated by a candidate, or a can
agents or workers, has committed a Class D violation, the Election Board
may disqualify the candidate.”
The Board can follow up on the carrying out of its own decisions,opinions, orders or rulings.a.
The “hearing” that this current ruling was in reference to
In Res Madison Gardener/ Antonio Guevara (ESB / SG2012
This hearing also is a direct example of the Boardbeing able to rule on information acquired during ahearing.c.
No ESB member filed a complaint.i.
The issue in question was uncovered during the course of a hearing.ii.
The “complaint” process is formalized and even has a form. This formwas never submitted nor was a “complaint” filed in that regard.
A complaint filed by an ESB member would have to be submitted to theESB in writing.1.
I did not write myself a complaint and admit it to the process of judging the merits of said fictional complaint.