I just received the following press release from the Center for Governmental Studies
Campaign Finance eBulletin
California Adopts Pioneering Campaign Finance Reform at Urging of CGS, Others
CA Becomes First State in U.S. to Limit Contributions to Ballot Measure… Continue reading
I will go out on a limb and predict that the Supreme Court agrees on Monday to hear Larios v. Cox on the merits. Larios involves (among other questions) whether a state needs to come up with a justification when… Continue reading
Next week, as I read the page proofs for the forthcoming third edition
of the Election law casebook that I edit with Dan Lowenstein, blogging will be light.
For the month of August, I will be out of the country.… Continue reading
With news that Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Illinois Jack Ryan may withdraw from the race over a sex scandal, there is already talk of replacing him. A.P. reports
: “The GOP cannot force Ryan off the ballot. But if… Continue reading
The New York Times offers this report
over how a successor for John Kerry would be chosen for the Senate should Kerry be elected president.
“That’s the difference between our side and their side. Even when we disagree, we’re respectful of freedom of speech,” he said. “But when they disagree, they try to shut you down. Well it’s un-American. And it’s wrong, and people are… Continue reading
. For additional documents, see here
. Thanks to Joe Birkenstock for the pointer.
Roll Call offers this breaking news report
(paid registration required), which begins: “As critics stepped up their efforts to discredit Michael Moore
Following up on this post
, Bob Bauer reports here
that the FEC has deleted the discussion of the media exemption from the advisory opinion under consideration today.
Roll Call offers this report
(paid subscription required), which begins:
The Hill offers this report
, which begins: “Michael Moore may be prevented from advertising his controversial new movie,
USA Today offers this report
, which notes the following of interest to election law: “During the past six months, O’Connor was the only justice who was in the majority to uphold the new campaign-finance law (a move that infuriated… Continue reading
is the press release. If anyone has a copy of the complaint, please e-mail it, or a link, to me, and I’ll post it here as an update.
UPDATE: I have been informed that the complaint against Moore… Continue reading