Justice Kennedy had referred the application for a stay to the entire court. Thanks to Amy Henson for the pointer.
See these reports in The Hill.
See this story out of Alaska, which begins: “Jim Sykes, Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate, filed suit in federal court on Wednesday to stop his opponents from taking campaign contributions from people and organizations not based in Alaska.”
David Broder offers this Washington Post column. The strategy Broder writes about is very much like Clinton’s strategy of getting Ross Perot included in the 1992 debates.
Will a state senator in Pennsylvania be kept off the ballot for failure to fill in some routine information on candidate papers? See here.
See this report from FT.com.
A.P. offers this report. Thanks to David Ettinger for the pointer.
The American Constitution Society has published this transcript of a December 18, 2003 forum on the McConnell v. FEC case. Thanks to Marty Lederman for the pointer.
Urban Outfitters is now selling “Voting is for Old People” shirts. See here. Link via the Drudge Report.
Roll Call offers An Honest Man, which begins: “Amid Democratic hypocrisy and GOP cynicism over campaign finance reform, a principled actor has emerged
The Boston Globe offers this report.