Breaking: North Carolina Files Emergency #SCOTUS Petition in Same Day Voting, Precinct Voting Case: Analysis

I have now had a chance to read North Carolina’s 32-page petition (with an extensive appendix) asking for the Supreme Court to reverse an order issued by the 4th Circuit on a 2-1 vote requiring North Carolina to restore same day voter registration … Continue reading

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Breaking: Justice Kagan Asks OH Early Voting Challengers to File SCOTUS Response by Tomorrow at 5

The order reads: IT IS ORDERED that in light of impending deadlines and uncertainty about when the Sixth Circuit will act on the emergency petition for rehearing en banc filed by the Ohio Attorney General and Secretary of State, respondents should file a … Continue reading

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“When is Uniformity of People, Not Counties, Appropriate in Election Administration? The Cases of Early and Sunday Voting”

I have posted this short essay on SSRN, a work in progress which I will present at a November symposium for the University of Chicago Legal Forum.  Here is the abstract: Since Bush v. Gore, some Republican officials have insisted on uniformity … Continue reading

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In Longshot Bid, McDaniel Files Judicial Complaint Asking to Be Declared Winner of #MSSEN Race

You can read the 8 page complaint at this link. The complaint essentially incorporates McDaniel’s 243-page complaint filed with the MS Republican Party into the complaint.  He asks for votes from Hinds County and elsewhere to be thrown out, and … Continue reading

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