In the summer of litigation, citizens across the country are suing local and state governments for allegedly violating their voting rights. But in Colorado, one town has decided to file suit right back.
Located in Summit County, Colorado, the small town of Montezuma boasts a population of 65. Nestled high in a mountain valley, the town’s sole claim to fame is a historical schoolhouse built in 1884 which, at 10,400 feet, is one of the highest school buildings in the nation, according to the Summit Historical Society.
Flickr user Josie Hill.
In 2014, Montezuma is back on the map again, but this time, not for its high-altitude education.
The town recently filed a lawsuit against every single one of its registered voters for a botched election that occurred this past spring.