Caitlin Byrd at the Post and Courier
And in other news on the DNC calendar shuffle, Brianne Pfannenstiel at the Des Moines Register has this piece, “Democrats’ new presidential calendar may invite chaos. Iowa, New Hampshire vow to
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The New York Times
Lachlan Murdoch, the chief executive of the Fox Corporation, is expected to be deposed on Monday as part of a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News for amplifying bogus claims that rigged machines from… Continue reading
Interesting piece in the Orange County Register
on one potential effect of the California Voting Rights Act:
More than three weeks after the election, most contests on Orange County voters’ ballots have long since been settled – but until the… Continue reading
In my testimony
to the House outlining different potential versions of an ISLT the Court might adopt, I mentioned a remedial version of such a doctrine. Without endorsing it, I want to explain further what this version would mean.
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Pew Research Center:
Voters are generally confident ballots were counted accurately in this year’s election, yet they express greater confidence in in-person ballots being counted accurately than they do in counts for absentee or mail-in ballots. Republican voters are more… Continue reading
With the argument coming up next week in Moore v. Harper, I’ve thought more deeply about some of the less obvious legal issues underlying the case. I plan to do a few posts on these issues.
At least several Justices… Continue reading
Free-speech crusader Elon Musk isn’t happy with Twitter’s years-old decision
to suppress a news story about Hunter Biden’s laptop just ahead of the 2020 presidential election. So in an effort “to restore public trust” in Twitter, Musk indicated… Continue reading
Have we become immune to how radical and dangerous this
Just some casual Saturday treason. pic.twitter.com/iPZgyUPmJP
— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) December 3, 2022
In a blistering 30-page opinion, a federal judge ordered sanctions against the attorneys of Kari Lake and Mark Finchem in their lawsuit against voting machines, hoping to deter “similarly baseless suits in the future.”
Lake and Finchem, Trump-endorsed… Continue reading
The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office on Friday asked state and local prosecutors to investigate and take enforcement action against two Republican officials who had balked at certifying their county’s election results by the legal deadline.
In the referral… Continue reading
Republican secretary of state candidate Kristina Karamo had something to say in Lansing on Monday as the Board of State Canvassers prepared to certify her loss, and she swore it wasn’t sour grapes.
The election, Karamo charged without evidence… Continue reading
New ELB Podcast:
Did the 2022 U.S. midterm elections demonstrate that we have moved beyond risks to American democracy?
What explains continued, persistent divisions across the American public along party lines?
Does there remain a potential for violence associated with… Continue reading
In anticipation of the Moore v. Harper argument, Dallas Woodhouse defends
the Pinckney Plan papers that have been subject to historical controversy.