“The Support-or-Advocacy Clauses”

Richard Primus and Cameron Kistler have posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming Fordham Law Review). Here is the abstract:

Two little-known clauses of a Reconstruction-era civil rights statute are a potentially powerful weapon for litigators seeking to protect the integrity of federal elections. For the clauses to achieve their potential, however, the courts will need to settle correctly a contested question of statutory interpretation.


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