“What Do I Need to Vote? Bureaucratic Discretion and Discrimination by Local Election Officials”

White, Nathan, and Faller have this draft coming out in APSR.  Here is the abstract: Do street-level bureaucrats discriminate in the services they provide to constituents? We use a field experiment to measure differential information provision about voting by local … 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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“Plaintiffs Seek Expedited Appeal in Texas Voter ID Case to Restore Right to Vote for Hundreds of Thousands in 2015 Elections”

Press release: Today, attorneys at the Campaign Legal Center, who serve as co-counsel for plaintiffs Congressman Marc Veasey and LULAC, filed a motion to expedite a pending appeal in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in Veasey v. Perry—the challenge … Continue reading

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