A Baltimore judge threw out an election lawsuit Tuesday against Thiru Vignarajah, clearing the way for the former deputy attorney general for Maryland to run for city state’s attorney.
Circuit Judge Lawrence Fletcher-Hill said he found ample evidence to believe Vignarajah has lived at least two years in a Federal Hill condo, and therefore qualifies for the ballot.
Vignarajah’s attorney presented voting records, car registration documents, tax records and other evidence to prove his client’s home.
“All of these factors align in favor of Mr. Vignarajah,” the judge said. “It is a matter of common sense.”
Vignarajah had been sued by Christopher Comeau, a law clerk...