Rev. Bill Moss, lead plaintiff in the Moss v. Bush case challenging Ohio's
electors in the Ohio State Supreme Court, has died.
Rev. Moss was a
long-time activist in the Columbus area.
Reported by Ohio News Network:
"Former Columbus school board member dies
"COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Former city school board member Bill Moss, whose tenure was marked by colorful theatrics, including a shoe-pounding incident in 2003 that shut down a board meeting, died Tuesday. He was 69.
"Moss, a well-known activist who helped file a lawsuit that challenged last year's presidential race in Ohio, died at Riverside Methodist Hospital, said Andrew Marcelain, spokesman for Columbus schools.
"Moss was being treated at the hospital for a stroke suffered last week while traveling through Pennsylvania, The Columbus Dispatch reported on its Web site. A hospital spokesman confirmed the death but declined to comment on the reason for Moss' hospitalization."
A light has gone out in the world.
We must rededicate ourselves to fight on for what he stood for.
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