Week of July 22, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of July 22, 2012.
- Connecticut - Campaign Money Scandal Rattles Congressional Race (The New York Times)
- Michigan - Michigan House Democrats target election fraud (The Detroit News)
- Pennsylvania - Numbers behind Pa., voter ID law debated in court (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Illinois - Group's suit challenges campaign contribution caps in Illinois (Chicago Tribune)
- National - Report: State systems for overseas voters vulnerable (USA Today)
- Pennsylvania - Pa.'s tough, new voter ID law lands in court (CBS News)
- Michigan - Hoekstra cries foul over rival's new ads (The Detroit News)
- New Hampshire - New flyers available to explain changes to state election laws (The Union Leader )
- Wisconsin - New voting rules create difficulties, reports say (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- Montana - Baucus pushes for amendment on campaign spending (Great Falls Tribune)
- Pennsylvania - Justice Dept. asking if Pa. voter ID law is legal (Allentown Morning Call)
- Mississippi, National - Study: ID could impede some voters (Hattiesburg American)
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