“State high court to take up Doe cases centered on Walker’s campaign”

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: The state Supreme Court on Tuesday accepted three cases stemming from a long-running John Doe investigation of fundraising and spending by Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign and conservative groups backing him. The court was unanimous in agreeing to take … Continue reading

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Colorado Secretary of State Accuses Boulder Clerk of Violating Election Laws

Colorado’s Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler has issued a report finding “serious and systemic violations of Colorado state law” by Boulder’s Democratic County Clerk Hillary Hall during the 2014 election.  The allegations include “systematically discriminat[ing] against Republican election judges, by excluding people nominated by … Continue reading

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“Two Charged in Campaign Finance Case; De Blasio Aide Backs Out of Speaking With Special Prosecutor”

WSJ: Since 2012, Mr. Adler has been investigating the Working Families Party’s relationship with Data & Field Services, a corporation formed by the left-leaning party to provide its candidates with get-out-the-vote staffing and expertise. Investigators are looking at whether the … Continue reading

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“WyLiberty Attorneys File Brief in Texas Free Speech Case”

Press release: “Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys Benjamin Barr and Steve Klein filed an amicus curiae (friend-of-the-court) brief in the Texas Fifth Court of Appeals at Dallas, arguing that a political contributor’s convictions for organized crime, bribery and money laundering for campaign finance violations unconstitutionally … Continue reading

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“Calls to election judges a ‘serious attempt to disrupt’ voting”

Chicago Sun Times: A barrage of automated phone calls offering false instructions to scores of election judges was “a serious attempt to disrupt” Chicago voting operations in the run-up to Tuesday’s vote, elections officials said. Between Friday and Monday an unknown number of judges — the … Continue reading

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