You Won’t Want to Miss This Event on Corruption at Fordham—Preet Bharara Is the Keynote

This was set up before the Silver indictment, but wow great timing.  Looking forward to participating. Fighting Corruption in America and Abroad   Friday, March 6, 2015 Fordham University School of law Skadden Conference Center 150 West 62nd Street 9:00 … 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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