Judge: Clerk falsified complaint against Navajo candidate

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Judge: Clerk falsified complaint against Navajo candidate

Willie Grayeyes raises his hand as he is recognized during a news conference, in Salt Lake City. A Navajo man will be put back on the ballot for county commission after a judge sided with him in his lawsuit against a Utah county that disqualified him in the first election since a judge ruled local voting districts were illegally drawn based on race. Leonard Gorman of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission said U.S. District Judge David Nuffer ordered San Juan County to put Willie Grayeyes back on the ballot during a hearing Tuesday in Moab that Gorman attended.

Judge: Clerk falsified complaint against Navajo candidate

Willie Grayeyes raises his hand as he is recognized during a news conference, in Salt Lake City. A Navajo man will be put back on the ballot for county commission after a judge sided with him in his lawsuit against a Utah county that disqualified him in the first election since a judge ruled local voting districts were illegally drawn based on race. Leonard Gorman of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission said U.S. District Judge David Nuffer ordered San Juan County to put Willie Grayeyes back on the ballot during a hearing Tuesday in Moab that Gorman attended.
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