Week of May 13, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of May 13, 2012.
- National - Magnate Steps Into 2012 Fray on Wild Pitch (The New York Times)
- Ohio - Kasich's signing of election law 'repeal' doesn't end debate (Cincinnati.com)
- Mississippi - Mississippi: ID Law Signed, but Remains in Limbo (The New York Times)
- Montana - Judge strikes down more election laws (Great Falls Tribune)
- Mississippi - Bryant signs Mississippi voter ID law (The Clarion Ledger)
- Tennessee - Davidson County election official reprimanded for early voting mistake (The Tennessean)
- Ohio - Kasich signs bill to repeal election law (Toledo Blade)
- Virginia - ACLU, Libertarians challenge Virginia ballot rules (Washington Post)
- National - Judge Blocks Testimony for Edwards on Finance Law (The New York Times)
- Florida - Non-citizen voter database flawed, say elections officials (Miami Herald)
- Maine - Loophole in Clean Election law allows private funds (Portland Press Herald)
- Ohio - Ohio GOP leaders withdraw provisional ballot claim (Dayton Daily News)
- National - John Edwards defense: prosecution theory OKs campaign-paid abortions (Politico)
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