Week of July 1, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of July 1, 2012.
- New York - NYC Board Can’t Declare Rangel Winner Until Judge Agrees (Bloomberg Business Week)
- Florida - State to investigate campaign finance complaint against Carl Persis (The Daytona Beach News-Journal)
- North Carolina - Governor's veto to block voter ID stands (The Herald-Sun)
- Mississippi - State Facing Voter ID Hurdles (Jackson Free Press)
- Pennsylvania - Voter ID law may affect more Pennsylvanians than previously estimated (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Colorado - Gessler hit with another campaign finance lawsuit – but this one he may actually like (The Denver Post )
- Michigan - Rick Snyder vetoes voter ID bills (Politico)
- South Carolina - US Justice Department again nixes state's voter ID law (The Greenville News)
- Florida - Fla. election law draws new legal challenge (The St. Augustine Record)
- New Hampshire - Voter ID law of the land after Legislature overturns Gov. Lynch veto (Nashua Telegraph)
- New York - NYC Board Can’t Declare Rangel Winner Until Judge Agrees (Bloomberg Businessweek)
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