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  • Kansas - Taylor v. Kobach
    Issue: Under Kansas law, can U.S. Senate candidate Chad Taylor withdraw his name from the ballot following the primary election?
  • North Carolina - League of Women Voters of North Carolina v. Howard
    Issue: 1. Does the reduction in early voting days, loss of same-day registration, and elimination of out of precinct provisional voting opportunities…
  • Ohio - Libertarian Party of Ohio v. Husted
    Issue: Issue 1: Does Secretary Husted's enforcement of residency requirements for circulators of candidates' nominating petitions  violate the…

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