The Burlington Free Press offers this report
The Monterey Herald offers this report
. More fallout from Padilla v. Lever.
Roll Call offers this report
(paid subscription required). It begins: “Having already spent more than $1 million on attorney fees in the past 20 months, Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Texas) is now dipping into his campaign war chest to pare down… Continue reading
This looks like a very interesting set of papers in the February issue, posted on the web as follows:
Table of Contents
I. Introduction: The Changing Face of Voting, Democracy, and the Law
(which begins by quoting from a 1999… Continue reading
Dan Smith has this interesting oped
on disclosure of those funding ballot measure drives. Worth the read.
The discussion of the Vermont and Texas cases continues. Today you can find Ned Foley’s post, Precedent and the Constitutional Law of Elections
, and Dan Lowenstein’s post, On Campaign Spending Limits
Roll Call offers this breaking news report
(paid subscription required). A snippet:
FEC Chairman Michael Toner said he favors less restrictions when it comes to the Internet than more.
“What the FEC does in this area will affect the online… Continue reading
The South Florida Sun Sentinel offers this report
, which begins: “An election watchdog group from Seattle said Thursday it found problems with electronic voting records from the 2004 election in Palm Beach and Volusia counties that suggest possible vote… Continue reading
Edward Blum has written this LA Times oped
. For a different view, check out the Lone Star Project
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Unfortunately, I have been receiving about 100 spam comments that I must filter for every one substantive comment for the blog. So I am instituting a new procedure. If you have a comment that you would like me to post… Continue reading
The case is Prete v. Wiliams
. The Eighth circuit had reached the same conclusion in 2001. Both courts relied upon an anti-fraud interest of the state. For a discussion, see Lowenstein & Hasen at 437.
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