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CHONG SU YI v. LARRY HOGAN

Civil litigation — Default motion — Failure to adequately serve complaint

Chong Su Yi, appellant, filed a complaint against Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., appellee, in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County alleging that Maryland’s use of houses of worship as polling places in the 2018 general election violated Section 10-101
of the Election Law Article of the Maryland Code. Mr. Yi further claimed that Maryland’s identification of candidates’ political parties on the ballots used in the 2018 general election violated Section 9-206 of the Election Law Article. As relief, Mr. Yi requested an
injunction “barring” all the ballots that had been cast in that election.

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