Week of November 25, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of November 25, 2012.
- Iowa - Iowa may consider signature verification of voters (Times-Republican)
- Virginia - Virginia lawmaker wants to stiffen new voter-ID law (The Virginian-Pilot)
- Kansas - Kansas vote certified amid debate on voter ID law (Kansas City Star)
- Ohio - Husted illegally tossing provisional ballots, Dems say (Columbus Dispatch)
- Connecticut - Reforms Could Boost Voter Participation (Hartford Courant)
- North Carolina - Rouzer concedes in N.C. (Politico)
- Missouri - Missouri House Democrats announce ethics, campaign-reform bill (Springfield News-Leader)
- Nebraska - Complaint says Omaha voters denied ballots (Lincoln Journal-Star)
- Nevada - Miller calls for voter photo ID law in Nevada (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
- North Carolina - 7th Congressional District race recount under way (Fayetteville Observer)
- New York - Ethics Panel to Scrutinize Congressman From S.I. (The New York Times)
- New Hampshire - About 1 percent of NH voters didn’t show ID on election day; letters to be sent out (Nashua Telegraph)
- National - Why Have There Been So Many Contested Elections? (NPR)
- California, Idaho, Montana - States crack down on campaigning nonprofits (Los Angeles Times)
- Arizona - As Tallies Confirm Results of Arizona Races, Many Call for a Faster Way to Count (The New York Times)
Information & Analysis
Information and analysis on the latest developments in election law during the week of November 25, 2012.
Below is a list of important litigation documents that were added to our site during the week of November 25, 2012. For a complete list of documents for a particular case, please visit the respective case page. You can view all cases EL@M is following by visiting the Major Pending Cases.
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