Gans: How Congress Can Use Its Constitutional Powers to Guarantee Voting Rights for All

In collaboration with Take Care, Election Law Blog is pleased to present a series of posts offering thoughts on legislation to reform the U.S. electoral process. Post from David Gans: The 2018 election was rife with voter suppression. States invented new roadblocks to voter registration, aggressively purged … Continue reading

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DOJ John Gore’s Former Chief of Staff, Who Suggested in Memo That Citizenship Info for Census Might Be Used by Law Enforcement Some Time Down the Line, Now Clerking for Justice Alito as Court Considers Census Case

Hansi Lo Wang (who is a must-follow on this issue): 7. I've reached out to spokespeople for @TheJusticeDept & @RepJimmyGomez's office for comment, as well as to Ben Aguiñaga, who has left the DOJ and is now a #SCOTUS law … Continue reading

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11th Circuit Panel 2-1 Denies Motion To Stay Court Order Giving Florida Signature Mismatch Residents a Few Extra Days to Try to Cure [Corrected Headline]

NEW: 11th Circuit has denied a request by Republicans to delay an order entered this morning giving Florida voters more time to fix problems with signatures on their ballots: https://t.co/X2i8Qc9lx0 Previously from @dominicholden: https://t.co/wvMC0w0fyL pic.twitter.com/z8qtjLllar — Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) November … Continue reading

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