November 13, 2009

Election Law Journal 8:4 Now Available: Preview of ELJ 9:1

You can read the table of contents here and I've also reprinted it below.

Look for ELJ 9:1 in January, featuring Douglas Spencer and Zachary Markovits on an emprical study of lines at polling places, Justin Levitt on the law surrounding lines at polling places, Seth Hill, Michael Herron and Jeffrey Lewis on factors explaining Obama's victory in 2008, and book reviews by Ray La Raja and Mark Rush.

Here are the items in ELJ 8:4

The Party Line
Daniel H. Lowenstein and Richard L. Hasen

Where Can College Students Vote? A Legal and Empirical Perspective
Richard G. Niemi, Thomas H. Jackson, and Michael J. Hanmer

Political Money
Hanoch Dagan

Barack Obama, Margarita Lopez Torres, and the Path to Nomination
Ellen D. Katz

Ambition Must Be Made to Counteract Ambition, reviewing Richard W. Painter, Getting the Government America
Deserves: How Ethics Reform Can Make a Difference
Frank Anechiarico

Angels with Dirty Faces: Rehabilitating Parties and Partisanship in Political Theory, reviewing Nancy L. Rosenblum, On the Side of the Angels: An Appreciation of Parties and Partisanship
Gerald M. Pomper and Marc D. Weiner

Congressional Elections Under a Microscope, reviewing David B. Magleby and Kelly D. Patterson, eds., The Battle
for Congress: Iraq, Scandal, and Campaign Finance in the 2006 Election
Jennifer A. Steen


In re Contest of General Election Held on November 4, 2008, for Purpose of Electing a U.S. Senator from State of Minnesota, 767 N.W.2d 453 (Minn. 2009)

Posted by Rick Hasen at November 13, 2009 08:43 AM