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Week of January 6, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of January 6, 2013.
- Mississippi - Mississippi campaign finance law focus of federal trial (Jackson Clarion Ledger)
- Florida - Florida election supervisors want up to 14 early voting days (Tampa Bay Times )
- Ohio - Ohio Republicans actually liked early voting more than Dems in 2012 (Columbus Dispatch)
- Ohio - Secretary of State Jon Husted reports high number of provisional and absentee ballots cast in the presidential election (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
- South Carolina - Feds in Branchville to monitor first test of S.C.’s voter ID law (The Times and Democrat (Orangeburg, South Carolina))
- North Carolina - Up to 613,000 N.C. voters may not have ID card (Winston-Salem Journal )
- Florida - Miami lawmakers file bills to reinstate early voting Sunday before Election Day (Miami Herald)
- National - Obama 2008 campaign fined $375,000 (Politico)
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