Week of September 29, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of September 29, 2013.
- Connecticut - Permanent absentee ballots available to the disabled (Stratford Star )
- National - Bachmann, Paul may have violated federal election laws (Des Moines Register)
- National - New multi-state group pushes campaign disclosure (Los Angeles Times)
- National - Supreme Court case could give wealthy donors more latitude in elections (Washington Post)
- Florida - Dems say Scott's latest voter purge driven by politics (Miami Herald)
- Arizona - Group want some election law petitions tossed (Fox 10 Arizona)
- Michigan - Judge denies motion to invalidate Detroit absentee ballots (WXYZ)
- Florida - Detzner on next voter purge: "We won't make the same mistakes." (Miami Herald)
- California - California considers initiative tweaks that would favor Dems (Washington Post)
- National - Government shutdown: Why many Republicans have no reason to deal (Politico )
- Michigan - Wayne County judge schedules hearing on Detroit's absentee ballots (The Detroit News)
- New Jersey - DiVincenzo could face big fines for allegedly using campaign funds for personal trips, sporting events (NJ.com)
- Washington, D.C. - Zombie Federal Election Commission still wants your quarterly reports (Washington Post)
- Ohio - Arrest warrants issued for Fairfield County clerk of courts, husband (The Columbus Dispatch)
- North Carolina - High stakes in battle over North Carolina's voter ID law (MSNBC)
- Florida - Congressman Joe Garcia clears remaining staff in absentee ballot probe (Miami Herald)
- Mississippi - Judge blocks part of Miss. campaign finance law (Associated Press)
- Washington, D.C. - Government shutdown could freeze fundraising events (Politico )
- National - Editorial: The Dishonesty of Voter ID Laws (The New York Times)
- - Arizona redistricting panel running out of money
- New York - High-Cost Runoff for Public Advocate's Post Prompts Calls for Reform (The New York Times)
- Texas - A Polling Place of Their Own: Students Win a Long Battle (The New York Times)
- Washington, D.C. - Politicians seek fundraising payday from shutdown (USA Today)
- Nevada - Harvey Whittemore to be sentenced Monday for campaign finance scheme (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
- North Carolina - Justice Department challenges North Carolina voter ID law (Politico )
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