Marston v. Lewis,
410 U.S. 679 (1973)

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Marston v. Lewis, 410 U.S. 679 (1973)

Marston v. Lewis

No. 72-899

Decided March 19, 1973

410 U.S. 679


Arizona's 50-day durational voter residency and registration requirements as applied to other than presidential elections held constitutionally permissible, in light of Arizona's special problems arising from the State's legitimate needs to correct registrations accomplished by volunteer personnel and to interrupt registration work to take care of activities occasioned by its fall primaries.


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