Harvard Law and Policy Review Publishes Symposium Issue: Elections In America

Volume 8-1 of the HLPR. Symposium: Elections in America Foreword, Congressman John P. Sarbanes & Raymond O’Mara III Three Wrong Progressive Approaches (and One Right One) to Campaign Finance Reform, Richard L. Hasen  Free at Last: Rejecting Equal Sovereignty and Restoring the … Continue reading

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“Foxes, Henhouses, and Commissions: Assessing the Nonpartisan Model in Election Administration, Redistricting, and Campaign Finance”

The UC Irvine Law Review has just posted the papers from a symposium I organized a year ago September.  Here is the full set of excellent papers, which follow my (less excellent) Introduction. Volume 3: Issue No. 3 • August 2013 … Continue reading

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“Sure, Congress Is More Partisan. But It’s Also More Honest.”

David Weigel of Slate has this comment on what the new Almanac of American Politics reveals.  His takeaways include confirmation that “the gerrymanders of 2010 have taken most of the country out of play,” but also that: “Gerrymandering isn’t the only reason the GOP … Continue reading

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