Week of June 17, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of June 17, 2012.
- Florida - Florida voter registration law challenged (South Florida Sun Sentinel)
- Georgia - DOJ: GA runoff schedule violates federal law (WTVM (Columbus, Georgia))
- Alaska - Alaska Natives group sues to stop state from holding 'illegal' primary election (Alaska Dispatch)
- Mississippi - Jurors: Another Ward 3 election (Clarion Ledger)
- Mississippi - Mississippi voter ID regulations are being developed (New Orleans Times-Picayune)
- Pennsylvania - Split election board to contest Voter ID law (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- Arizona - Voter ID law opponents ask Supreme Court to let lower court’s ruling stand (Arizona Capitol Times)
- National - Obama’s Lawyer Demands Information on Group’s Donors (The New York Times)
- Florida - Florida’s voter purge explained (Washington Post (blog))
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