Week of September 23, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of September 23, 2012.
- Florida - Removal of non-citizens from voter rolls could be delayed (Orlando Sentinel)
- National - Voter ID laws in all 50 states — in 1 map (Washington Post )
- Pennsylvania - Pa. judge backs most of voter ID law (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Wisconsin - State Supreme Court declines to take up voter ID, for now (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- Ohio - Several Ohio boards move to set early voting hours (Canton Repository)
- Tennessee - Judge rejects challenge to Voter ID law (The Tennessean)
- Pennsylvania - Judge will not rule today on voter ID law (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Pennsylvania - Judge asks for ways to halt Pennsylvania's new voter ID law (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- National - New voter laws could delay outcome of close elections as states scrutinize provisional ballots (Washington Post)
- South Carolina - South Carolina voter ID case goes to judges; decision expected early October (Washington Post)
- California - Gov. Jerry Brown signs Election Day voter registration bill into law (Contra Costa Times)
- Florida - Judge: Florida early voting changes stand (Pensacola News Journal)
- Pennsylvania - Voter ID opponents file final briefs (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- South Carolina - South Carolina voter ID gets judges' scrutiny (Bradenton Herald)
Information & Analysis
Information and analysis on the latest developments in election law during the week of September 23, 2012.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court Declines to Immediately Hear Voter ID Cases
- Florida Judge Rules for State in Early Voting Challenge
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