Judge dismisses two challenges to 2012 V.I. election


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ST. THOMAS - A federal judge has denied two motions by former political hopefuls seeking to overturn the territory's 2012 election, leaving only one issue - a motion by the government to dismiss the case and the plaintiffs' opposition to it - pending before the court.

However, one of the candidates challenging the election is contending that one of Judge Raymond Finch's latest rulings leaves their case in a legal Bermuda triangle.

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