As I said at the December 8th meeting, there is both a 30-day deadline
and 60-day deadline. It's in the statute. I preferred that a plaintiff
use the 30-day deadline. Waiting instead of acting is never the way to
get things done.
The web site does not expose everything to the public -- only members
with high enough access level, based on talking to me, see the
elections contest materials. There are plenty of public articles on
the main page that have been discussing this issue since March.
And there's Mimi Robson's recording of the question and answer session.
Once contests are filed, the filed paperwork is public, but the
internal site material will always be private.