Week of April 22, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 22, 2012.
- Ohio - Hunter finally declared winner in judge election (Cincinnati Enquirer)
- Florida - Florida Supreme Court validates redrawn Senate redistricting map (The Miami Herald)
- Ohio - House Republicans postpone expected vote on legislation to repeal Ohio elections law scheduled for a referendum (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
- Wisconsin - Voter ID suspended for recall elections (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- Oregon - State: Philomath violated no election laws (Corvallis Gazette Times)
- Florida - Justices need a lesson in state elections law, a lawmaker says (Palm Beach Post)
- Colorado - Marks prevails in Jefferson County case (Aspen Times)
- Rhode Island - Few reports of problems with RI's new voter ID law (Boston Globe - AP)
- Illinois - New law stands in way of Eureka man's political aspirations (Peoria Journal Star)
- Maine - Law change decreases use of Clean Election funds (Morning Sentinel)
- Texas - DOJ asks for trial delay in Texas Voter ID case (Houston Chronicle)
- Florida - Florida election law review will extend into July (The Miami Herald)
- Pennsylvania - On eve of Pa. primary, voter-ID law still being tweaked (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- North Carolina - A quick guide to the John Edwards trial (MS NBC)
- North Carolina - Edwards Trial Set to Begin, Reopening a Story of a Derailed Political Career (The New York Times)
Commentary on the latest developments in election law during the week of April 22, 2012.
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