Alabama SOS Office Still Saying, Apparently Contrary to Alabama Law, that Roy Moore Can Pay for a Recount If He Wants One

Al.com: Alabama’s election handbook spells out several offices that are not included in state laws for contesting elections: lieutenant governor, U.S. senator, and U.S. representative. There are other provisions, however, that indicate a candidate or political party could request a recount, “It’s … Continue reading

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Alabama SOS Deputy Chief of Staff Says Alabama Rules May Allow Moore to Request Recount, Despite Plain Language in the Alabama Code to the Contrary

Interview with Business Insider: Beyond that, Moore might not have a recourse. “However, several offices are not included in Alabama’s law for contesting elections: lieutenant governor, U.S. senator, and U.S. representative,” Alabama’s election handbook reads. “The omission of U.S. senators and representatives … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Judge Steps Down from Politically Charged “John Doe” Case After Reporter Finds Tweet Judge Made About Case Before It Was Assigned to Him

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The John Doe judge overseeing possible contempt proceedings of nine state officials withdrew from the case Friday because he had posted comments about the case on Twitter before he was assigned the case this spring. Jefferson County Circuit Judge … Continue reading

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Inaugural Issue of ACS Supreme Court Review Now Available

Honored to have my article on the Supreme Court’s racial gerrymandering decision of Cooper v. Harris included in this new publication: Introduction …………………………………………………………. 1 Steven D. Schwinn Foreword………………………………………………………………. 5 Erwin Chemerinsky Educational Equality for Children with Disabilities: The 2016 Term … Continue reading

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