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Letter From Secretary Ritchie 2 61412

Letter From Secretary Ritchie 2 61412

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STATE OF
MINNESOTA
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Minne
ota
Secretaryof State
fark Ritchie
June 14,2012
Via
e-mail and United States Mail
The Honorable
Chief
Justice Lorie GildeaMinnesota Supreme Court
25
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.St. Paul,MN 55155Re. League
of
Women Voters Minnesota,et al.
v.
Mark Ritchie Appellate Case No. Al2-0920 Dear
Chief
Justice Gildea:As
of
today, three parties have petitioned to intervene and several have applied to submit amicus briefs.Iurge the Court to allow all perspectives to be heard as it considers this very important matter.As the State's Chief Elections Official, I have the ministerial duty to ensure that the ballots are properlyprinted,not
to
take a side as
to
whether a ballot question proposed by the Legislature accurately orcompletely represents a Constitutional amendment under consideration. I therefore will not be filing abrief
in
this matter. I look forward
to
honoring and following the Court's decision in the preparation
of
the ballots.
On
the request from the Court for information about the date when a decision is needed to ensure thetimely printing
of
general election ballots, I will provide this information by letter on
or
before the daterequested, June 25
th
Secretary
of
StateCc: See Attached Service List
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League
of
Women Voters Minnesota,et
al
.
v.
Mark Ritchie
ATTORNEYS
FOR
PLANTIFF
Richard
G.
WilsonMas/on Edelman Borman
&
Brand, LLP3300 Wells Fargo Center90 South Seventh St.Minneapolis,
MN
ATTORNEYS
FOR
INTERVENORS
Individual LegislatorsState Senator Scott
J
Newman
and
StateRepresentative Mary Kiffmeyer
Erick G. KaardalWilliam F. MohrmanMohrman
&
Kaardal, P.A.33 South Sixth Street, Suite 4100Minneapolis,
MN
A TTORNEYS
FOR
INTERVENORS
8t
h
Minnesota House
of
Representatives
and
8th
Minnesota Senate
Robert R.WeinstineThomas H. BoydKristopher D. LeeWinthrop
&
Weinstine,P.A.225 South Sixth Street, Suite 3500Minneapolis,
MN
Service List
(as
of
June
14,2012)
ATTORNEYS
FOR
MOV
ANTS-AMICUS
AARP
Tim GriffinLiz KramerLeonard, Street and Deinard150 South Fifth Street, Suite 2300Minneapolis,
MN
55402Liz.kramer@leonard.com  Timothy.griffin@leonard.com  Daniel B. KohrmanMichael SchusterAARP Foundation Litigation
601
East Street
NW
Washington, DC 20049dkohrman@aarp.org 
A TTORNEYS
FOR
MOV
ANTS-AMICUS
City
of
St.Paul
Sara
R.
GrewingSt. Paul City AttorneyGerald T.HendricksonDeputy St. Paul City Attorney400 City Hall
15
West Kellogg Blvd.St. Paul,
MN
us 
A TTORNEYS
FOR
MOV
ANTS-AMICUS
St.Paul Branch
of
the NAACP
Jeffrey MartinMartin
Law
Office375 Oxford St. NorthSt. Paul,
MN

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