There's a hearing scheduled today about the future location of Duval county's elections office. Right now the office is inside Gateway Mall on the Northside - but City Council voted last month to move it to the One Imeson Center. Gateway Retail filed a federal lawsuit - to BLOCK that from happening. Channel 4's Erica Rakow joins us LIVE with what the Supervisor of Elections is saying about today's hearing - and what could come from it ... Erica? 3 3 Holland says the landlord of the Gateway election office has three principles he's suing over -- all three of which Holland says are inaccurate. 3 00-0512-16SOT - 4434 we really think you know the whole motive we think of the law suit is to delay the process because every month we delay the process we pay another 51,000 dollars a month TRACK - Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland says Monday's hearing concerning the relocation of the Supervisor of Elections Office could lead to two outcomes -- SOT - 4403 really we could totally get the case dismissed monday or it could proceed on with a lot of hearings to where a lot of facts have to come into the case TRACK - Holland says the landlord of the Gateway office has three main principles he is suing for -- PRE PRO -suing for -- PRE principles he is suing for -- PRE PRO - First Holland says it's suing about the way in which the bid was awarded -- but says it wasn't done with a request for proposal because that's not required. Secondly - he says they're suing about is a freedom of speech issue in reference to candidates having offices near the Imeson location and the last reason Holland says they're suing is over disenfranchising voters -- which he says they're not because they are going to keep voting in the Gateway community -- TRACK - and that re-locating won't affect voters at all.SOT - 4656 moving of our equipment the moving of our call center moving of where we do our training for our poll workers but it has no correlation to where we vote 3 As for the benefits of re- locating to Imeson? Holland says the city will save about 3.3 million dollars over 10 years plus they will go to a facility that is built for their needs for 2014.We've got a link to the full lawsuit on news 4 jax dot com.I'll tweet that link to you in just a few seconds. 3 few seconds.