He has written an oped, The numbers prove that 2004 may signal more voter interest
for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. And those who enjoyed his initial analysis of the Berkeley electronic voting study may wish to look at his more extensive… Continue reading
The Fresno Bee offers this report
. Thanks to Peter Wagner for the link.
Bob Bauer has just posted these extensive thoughts
on Justice Breyer’s views of campaign finance jurisprudence, as expressed most recently in his Tanner Lectures.
Larry Noble and Steve Weiss write this Miami Herald oped
on campaign finance. A snippet: “Elections certainly are growing more expensive, and deep-pocketed donors continue to wield a disproportionate amount of influence in Washington. But a closer examination of the… Continue reading
The Washington Post offers this report
The San Diego Union-Tribune offers this report
The court’s order is here
. Dan Tokaji gives this extensive analysis
of Ohio’s recount and contest procedures, demonstrating, yet again, how close we came to another train wreck in Election 2004. Clarifiation on headline: The question at stake was… Continue reading
See this report
. According to this story, Frye has not yet decided whether or not to appeal, though I believe one of the earlier news stories said she would not seek further action.
See this news
from Wisconsin. A snippet: “But some municipal and county clerks aren’t laughing about ballots with “Goofy” write-ins. Each write-in vote must be recorded on a form, which takes time away from other duties on election night, said… Continue reading
Political Wire has this post
, which begins: “Control of Montana’s House of Representatives has apparently come down to two votes in one legislative district, according to the Billings Gazette