Elections have consequences, and frequently they’re changes in election law.
New state legislatures often “rethink” election laws once in office, Edward B. Foley
, director of Election Law at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Columbus, Ohio, told Bloomberg BNA.
There’s no reason to think that won’t happen this time around, as Republicans solidified their hold on a majority of state houses, Foley said.
But with new legislation inevitably comes new litigation. The “voting wars will continue,” he said.
There may, however, be a new front in the war: voter rolls.