Republican Committee v. Ripon Society,
409 U.S. 1222 (1972)

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Republican Committee v. Ripon Society, 409 U.S. 1222 (1972)

Republican State Central Committee or Arizona

v. The Ripon Society

No. A-179

Decided August 16, 1972

409 U.S. 1222


District Court's injunction prohibiting the 1972 Republican National Convention from allocating six "bonus" delegates to its 1976 convention to each State casting its electoral votes for the Republican presidential nominee in 1972, or electing a Republican senator, governor, or majority of its congressional delegation at any election within four years previous to 1976 stayed in light of criteria set forth in O'Brien v. Brown, ante, p. 409 U. S. 1, and to preserve the issues for judicial review.

See: 343 F.Supp. 168.

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