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    electionline.org ElectionlineWeekly — June 27, 2013

    Already, states that had been blocked from enforcing election changes because of Section 5 – like Texas’ voter ID requirement – have begun to move forward as voting rights advocates consider their next moves in a landscape that has been radically changed. I won’t pretend to provide any kind of co... Read article

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    usacoup.scoop.co.nz Scoop USA Coup: Scoop Electronic Election Integrity Campaign » Montgomery PA voters thwarted by Sequoia machines

    District Court, Says Constitution Permits Massive Discrimination Against Minor Parties and Independent Candidates in Public Funding.” The ruling is a ” major campaign finance decision with important national implications.” says Rick Hasen of ElectionLawBlog… All this and more in today’s voting ne... Read article

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    firedoglake.com Hans Down? | Firedoglake

    And ePluribusMedia reports that Tanner may testify that he, and not former Georgia GOP stalwart von Spakovsky, was responsible for the odious Georgia Voter ID Law — compared by a federal judge to the days of Jim Crow and poll taxes — which the Bush civil rights division tried to replicate nationw... Read article

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    sunlightfoundation.com Birds of a Feather: What's In The "DISCLOSE" Bills - Sunlight Foundation

    PDF versions of the House and Senate bills became available elsewhere on the web within 24 hours (see, e.g., ElectionLawBlog ). The legislation is prepared in XML, so it's unclear what has caused the delay of the official release on THOMAS of the Senate version. (These kinds of delays are, alas, ... Read article

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    nhpr.org Calif. Decision Puts Marriage Politics In Spotlight | New Hampshire Public Radio

    Virginia, the 1967 landmark civil rights case that ruled unconstitutional Virginia's ban on marriages between whites and nonwhites. In case the high court does weigh in, argues Rick Hasen on his Election Law Blog , Reinhardt's decision was carefully crafted "for an audience of one: Justice Kenned... Read article

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    uchicagolaw.typepad.com The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog: 8 posts from June 2008

    You can listen to Randy's address here ; he was introduced by Dean Saul Levmore. Update: A transcript of Professor Picker's speech is also available. Over on Rick Hasen's Election Law Blog I've written a post about empirical legal scholarship and the future of the Voting Rights Act. The Universi... Read article

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    niutoday.info NIU to kick off lecture series featuring national political experts, former U.S. House speaker | NIU Today

    Hasen is a nationally-recognized expert in election law and campaign finance regulation and is co-author of a leading casebook on election law. His op-eds and commentaries have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico and Slate. Hasen also writes ... Read article

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    scotusblog.com Analysis: Bush v. Gore lives : SCOTUSblog

    (For those court observers who believe that the political affiliation of the president who named a federal judge is relevant in analyzing the judge’s decisions, it is worth pointing out that all three judges on the Circut Court panel were named by Democrats — Martin by President Jimmy Carter and ... Read article

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    thenextright.com Vote Fraud | The Next Right

    On Friday, Richard Hasen, who normally writes the excellent and critical Election Law Blog , argued at the blog of the American Constitution Society that SCOTUS wouldn't be likely to take the case. At dinner on Saturday night with a bunch of Democratic staffers and operatives, they all sang from ... Read article

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    blog.yupnet.org September | 2012 | Yale Press Log | Page 2

    Hasen is Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science, University of California, Irvine School of Law and a respected authority on election law. For further reading, check out the book’s website , the Election Law Blog that Hasen edits, as well as his Twitter page and #thevotingwars hashta... Read article

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    campaignfreedom.org Unions getting taxpayer dollars exempt from Schumer-Van Hollen “contractor” ban?

    Published on April 27, 2010 Share: Rick Hasen, law professor at Loyola Law School and proprietor of Election Law Blog , had an interesting comment in The Hill newspaper yesterday relating to the pending (for quite some time) DISCLOSE bill, as Senator Schumer and Congressman Van Hollen’s effort to... Read article

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    powerlineblog.com Dubious donations: Obama campaign statement | Power Line

    Dubious donations: Obama campaign statement Over at the Election Law Blog , Professor Rick Hasen has posted a statement from the Obama campaign on the charge that it does not follow best practices to prevent fraudulent donations to the campaign. Here it is in its entirety verbatim: Credit card co... Read article

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    wnyc.org People - Richard Hasen - WNYC

    "When it comes to the election of the president, we have 13,000 separate elections." Friday, November 05, 2010 Richard Hasen , law professor at Loyola Law School and author of the "Election Law Blog" , discusses the ousting of three controversial judges who ruled in favor of gay marriage in Iowa ... Read article

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    votelaw.com Votelaw, Edward Still's blog on law and politics

    You are here: Home > FEC. February 20, 2007. July 12, 2006. December 17, 2005. December 16, 2005. October 10, 2004. Questions for and about von Spakovsky. "Revitalizing Democracy" video. President nominates 4 for FEC. Bush nominates DOJ lawyer to FEC. Please try again. Gerry Hebert writes on the ... Read article

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    webarchives.cdlib.org California Political Blogs: Site List

    Election Law Blog California Political Blogs The Web Archiving Service enables librarians and scholars to archive web content for study and analysis and to make those archives available to the research community. Hosted by the California Digital Library, WAS is easy to use and is available for su... Read article

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