NEW: We filed an FEC complaint alleging that the Trump campaign violated the law by laundering nearly $170M in spending through conduits controlled by Brad Parscale and other senior Trump officials, hiding the ultimate recipients of the… Continue reading
is right to be concerned about student voting, especially in the pandemic.
The Senate proposal also fails to provide any additional funding for cash-strapped state and local election officials who exhausted their budgets holding primary elections during a public health crisis. The right to vote and vote safely should… Continue reading
How can we continue the fight of civil rights leader John Lewis, and the many who came before him, in the context of free and fair elections? Election scholars Ned Foley (OSU Moritz College of Law) and… Continue reading
Gov. Greg Abbott
on Monday extended the early voting period for the November election by six days, citing continued challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.Early voting for the Nov. 3 election will now begin Oct. 13 instead… Continue reading
Deep-pocketed and often anonymous donors are pouring over $100 million into an intensifying dispute about whether it should be easier to vote by mail, a fight that could determine President Donald Trump’s fate in the November election.In the… Continue reading
This YouGov poll confirms
what we’ve seen elsewhere. Huge problem.
Misinformation and disinformation can be used to disenfranchise voters and erode public confidence in the legitimacy of our elections. As we observed in the United States in 2016, and in numerous other countries since, the spread of viral… Continue reading
The Georgetown Law Journal Online has published the final version
of my article, The Supreme Court’s Pro-Partisanship Turn. Here is the abstract:
The United States Supreme Court’s conservative majority has taken the Court’s election jurisprudence on a pro-partisanship turn, which… Continue reading
is the order. The judges left the Florida court before it issued the opinion, and the judges claim that the cases are not related enough to merit recusal.
Mark Joseph Stern made the case earlier
that this is wrong:… Continue reading
is in the hands of a judge, with Republicans wanting the Green Party on the ballot (to siphon votes from Democrats) and Democrats seeking to kick the Green Party off.