Election campaign conduct

Represented the Supreme Court of Ohio, including each of its justices, to defend certain provisions of the Code of Judicial Conduct relating to election campaign conduct. The case, involving a candidate who had never before run for office, challenged temporal restrictions on fundraising as well as limitations on public endorsements, public speaking and the like, as violations of his First Amendment Right to free speech.

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