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Complete coverage for Iowa can be found below. (Return to states list)
2012 Swing State Focus (Last Updated: November 2012)
Provisional Ballots: What kind of information is required to validate a provisional ballot?
Recount Resources: May a candidate request a recount?
Recount Resources: Does the state have an automatic recount, and how is it triggered?
Recount Resources: What is the date for certification (how many days after the election)?
Voter ID: What is the ID requirement to vote?
Information & Analysis
There are no news developments in Iowa that Election Law at Moritz has covered, or is covering at this time.
There are no commentary articles in Iowa that Election Law at Moritz has written at this time.
Election law news from across the country concerning IowaDecember, 2014
- Voting Rights of an estimated 50,000 at stake in Friday decision (3/19/14)
- Iowa judge rules against Schultz removal of voters (3/06/14)
- Letter questions voter fraud probe costs (12/20/13)
- Schultz, many Iowans still solidly back voter ID laws (12/16/13)
- Activists Ask Judge To Block Rule Allowing Voter Purge ‘Scare Letters’ (9/09/13)
- ACLU renews lawsuit to stop voter removal rule (9/06/13)
- Caucus payments to Iowa officials prompt scrutiny (7/22/13)
- Secretary of state to rewrite voter form (7/10/13)
- Court loosens rules on political spending (6/14/13)
- Iowa auditor vows to look into voter fraud investigation funds (6/10/13)
- Iowa may consider signature verification of voters (11/30/12)
- Iowa to poll-watchers: Back off (11/01/12)
- Iowa voter ID bill back with a twist (1/31/12)
- Iowa military voters get help (7/06/10)
- Iowans file more than 9,000 absentee ballots (5/25/10)
- Crossover primary voting doesn’t faze either party (5/22/10)
- Web-based absentee ballot tracking (5/03/10)
- Computerized system cuts down on voter errors (8/29/09)
- Voter centers plan scrapped after city considers lawsuit (8/04/09)
- Bill requires early counting of absentee ballots (3/17/09)
- Mauro speaks out against effort to abandon electoral college (3/03/09)
- Senate committee votes to dump electoral college (2/24/09)
- Two Pine Ridge women file voting rights lawsuit (2/18/09)
- Iowa may ditch Electoral College (2/11/09)
- Secretary of State wants some changes in election law (2/03/09)
- Clinton man charged with election misconduct (12/29/08)
- Attorney’s race to see hand recount (11/12/08)
- Creating Credibility: 8 Years Later, There’s Still No Consensus on Ensuring Integrity in Elections (7/16/08)
There are no active cases in Iowa that Election Law at Moritz is covering at this time.Archived Cases
- ACLU v. Schultz (Voter Registration)
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