Barry Korman and William Gallo. Two residents of New York filed a suit against that state’s Board of Elections. . .seeking to keep Cruz’s name off the ballot there. Dismissed on a technicality
Sebastian Green, Shannon Duncan, Kathryn Spears, Kyle Spears and Jerry Parker. Five people filed a federal lawsuit in Alabama hoping for a determination that Cruz is ineligible to “qualify/run/seek and be elected to the Office of the President,” according to The Hill.
Newton Schwartz. There’s an interesting, if inadvertent, point in Schwartz’s lawsuit, as quoted by The Hill. “However persuasive one finds each side in this debate,” Schwartz writes, “the final decision ultimately rests in the hands of five or more of nine Justices on the Supreme Court as mandated by the Constitution.”
Walter Wagner. And one more. To BuzzFeed, Wagner explained that, “I’m a natural-born citizen, and most people are in this country, and it just doesn’t seem proper.” What is and isn’t a natural-born citizen, of course, is what Wagner would like the court to decide.
Carter v. Cruz (Cause 2016-3) AND Kern v. Cruz (Cause 2016-4); Williams v. Cruz, Powers v. Cruz
Elliot v. Cruz, Booth v. Cruz (BLC 2015-2) AND Laity v. Cruz (BLC 2015-4)
Fischer v. Cruz, Gallo v. Cruz, Laity v. Cruz
Voeltz v. Cruz, Farrell v. Cruz (Pennsylvania)