Sharon Rondeau | Post & Email (Mar. 15, 2014) —
A decision in the case of McInnish v. Chapman, which claims that former Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman failed to vet presidential candidates for the 2012 election, may be announced “this week,” a reliable source told The Post & Email on Saturday after a face-to-face conversation with Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.
|The Alabama Supreme Court decision in a case challenging Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility could be announced on Friday, according to a reliable source who spoke with Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore on Saturday|
The case was filed by Atty. Larry Klayman on behalf of plaintiffs Hugh McInnish and Virgil Goode initially in October 2012, “asking the court to order that Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman verify president Barack Obama‘s eligibility – and all of the candidates — to be placed on or remain on the November 6, 2012 general election ballot.” After a denial in Montgomery Circuit Court, Klayman filed an appeal to the Alabama Supreme Court last March.
Chapman resigned her post as Alabama Secretary of State on July 31 of last year despite having “garnered more votes than any other Constitutional Officer in state history and was elected as President of the National Association of Secretaries of State.”