March 13, 2017
Washington Examiner
Race-based voting overturned in Guam — after six years

Can a U.S. state or territory “exclude otherwise qualified voters in participating in an election where public issues are decided simply because those otherwise qualified voters do not have the correct ancestry or bloodline”? You get a perfect score if you answer yes, and if you take six years of litigation in federal courts to arrive at that answer.


Case: Davis v. Guam

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