California top-two hearing this Thursday in San Francisco

The California Court of Appeals is conducting a hearing this week as to whether the top-two primary system unconstitutionally harms the voting rights of voters who want to vote for minor party candidates in general elections.

The hearing is this Thursday, January 15, at 9 am. The location is 350 McAllister St., San Francisco, CA.

The case is Rubin v Bowen. 

From Richard Winger of Ballot Access News: “I hope to get lots of bay area Libertarians to attend the hearing. If you can help with that, please do! 350 McAllister is in the civic center area, very easy to reach on BART.”

“There is only one courtroom in the building.  There is a BART stop called Civic Center very near.  For people who drive, there is an underground city parking garage across the street from the courthouse. The more people that show up in court, the better we look.  If the judges think lots of people are upset by the top-two law, that helps.”