From Dan Tepfer, CT Post
A lawsuit challenging the second primary for the city’s North End council seat, based on allegations of absentee ballot irregularities, will go forward.
Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis on Friday rejected a motion to dismiss the case by lawyers for city officials and candidates.
“I believe it is the court’s duty to adjudicate this matter,” Bellis said, in ordering the case to go forward. “It’s the court’s obligation to hear these allegations.”
But the judge warned the lawyer for challenger Robert Keeley that he better be ready with specific allegations when the hearing begins Monday morning.
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