Eastman and Harman lose ballot designation cases
The Metropolitan News-Enterprise reports:
Two candidates for the Republican nomination for California attorney general had their proposed ballot designations rejected by Sacramento Superior Court judges in separate cases yesterday.
Sacramento Superior Court Judge Timothy M. Frawley yesterday ruled that John Eastman cannot use the ballot designation of “Assistant Attorney General” or “Taxpayer Advocate/Attorney” on the June ballot. State Sen. Tom Harman, R-Costa Mesa, had his designation of “Prosecutor/Attorney/Senator” rejected by Sacramento Superior Court Judge Allen H. Sumner.