Week of October 23, 2011
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of October 23, 2011.
- New Hampshire - New Hampshire primary date to be announced next week (CNN.com)
- Texas - DOJ: Texas redistricting maps discriminatory (The Statesman)
- Nevada - Judge tweaks, approves Nevada redistricting maps (The Los Vegas Review-Journal)
- New York - Cuomo Warns of Chaos if Redistricting Fight Goes to a Judge (The New York Times Blog)
- Wisconsin - Redistricting may alter recall voters (The Badger herald)
- California - California high court rejects challenges to redistricting (The Los Angeles Times)
- Ohio - Ohio GOP's double-primary plan is raising cost concerns locally (Athens News)
- Idaho - Twin Falls County Plans to Challenge Redisticting Plan (Twin Falls Times-News)
- Oregon - State: Community college violated election law (The Portland Tribune)
- National - Obama's Toughest Opponent: State Election Laws? (The National Journal)
- Nevada, New Hampshire - Nevada GOP folds; opens January date for NH primary (New Hapshire Union Leader)
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