Week of March 24, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of March 24, 2013.
- Indiana - Former registration worker pleads guilty in ballot petition fraud case (South Bend Tribune)
- North Carolina - Dome: Bills would shorten early voting period, make absentee voting more flexible (Raleigh News & Observer)
- National - Obama signs order creating election reform commission (Politico)
- Ohio - Board of Elections seeks UPS records (Cincinnati Enquirer)
- Massachusetts - Amendment would allow early voting in Mass. (Boston Globe)
- National - The country’s voter ID laws, in 1 map (Washington Post)
- Ohio - Gov. Kasich signs bills to change Ohio’s election laws (Akron Beacon Journal )
- Ohio - The state’s early-voting laws need changes, secretary of state says (Youngstown Vindicator)
- Arkansas - Arkansas governor vetoes voter photo ID bill (Salt Lake Tribune)
- Virginia - McDonnell signs bill requiring photo ID for voting (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
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