Capitol Weekly offers this report on what appears to be progress toward reaching a legislative deal on taking redistricting away from the California legislature.
Apparently, the city of Dixon, California is telling petition circulators they need to stick with the official reasons for the recall listed on the recall petitions. This seems of dubious constitutionality to me.
See this news from Maine.
An updated version of the City Journal piece I linked to last wek has appeared at OpinionJournal.
The SF Chronicle offers this report, which begins: “San Mateo County wants the state to allow any California county that requests it to hold an all-mail election in June.”
See here. The articles include one on NYC’s public financing program. Check it out.
The Macon Telegraph offers this report, which begins: “The Georgia Senate voted Tuesday largely along party lines to revise the state voter identification law in hopes that it will pass federal court muster.”
This document now appears on the Campaign Legal Center website.
The following message has arrived via e-mail: American University’s Center for Democracy and Election Management seeks a Project Manager to organize the follow-on activities of the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform. The Project Manager will take the lead in… Continue reading