Articles Tagged 'election law'
Wisconsin’s top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume
Wisconsin’s Supreme Court on Monday voted 4-3 to keep the Green Party off the state’s ballot in a ruling that avoids further election delays and… READ MORE
Texas Agrees to Pay Voter Purge Plaintiffs $450,000
Texas Secretary of State David Whitley’s push to purge nearly 100,000 registered voters from the state’s rolls is over. Friday afternoon, a coalition of voting… READ MORE
N.J.’s making it easier to vote by mail, but some counties are pretty awful at it
Changes in New Jersey law in recent years have made it easier to vote by mail.
One of the most recent changes in New Jersey… READ MORE
Federal Court Orders Elections Board in Ohio to Investigate Potential Poll Worker Error Involving Provisional Ballots in Nearly Tied Race
By Howard Wilkinson â€¢ Cincinnati Enquirer
It could be weeks, or even months, before the issue of who was elected Nov. 2 to a vacant Hamilton County Juvenile Court judgeship is decided, while a legal tug of war grinds on over which provisional ballots should be counted.
Already the dispute has seen the unusual step of a federal judge –… READ MORE