The 2009 Coeur d'Alene city election lawsuit went before the Idaho Supreme Court Wednesday, with the high court saying it will consider whether to uphold or reverse a previous ruling that solidified a City Council incumbent's narrow victory over his challenger. The five-member bench, four of which were present at First District Court, didn't give a timetable on when a decision would be reached, meaning it could be weeks or months before a written ruling is issued on the three-year old case. "The issue here isn't vote totals, and who won and who lost," said Starr Kelso, attorney for then-Seat 2 City Council challenger Jim Brannon, who filed the lawsuit. "It's the sanctity of the" election process/Tom Hasslinger, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.
Question: Do you consider Brannon to be a crusader fighting for justice? Or a sore loser?