Week of December 22, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of December 22, 2013.
- Colorado - Greg Brophy: 62 Colorado counties down, 2 more to go (Denver Post)
- National - Who will survive? 2014's top primaries (Politico)
- Wisconsin - Legal filings hone arguments over Wisconsin voter ID law (Journal Sentinel)
- Colorado - Colorado secretary of state blames new elections law for budget woes Read more: Colorado secretary of state blames new elections law for budget woes (The Denver Post)
- Ohio - Voter fraud investigation uncovers few crimes (Cincinnati.com)
- Florida - It's official: The Juice has been purged (Miami Herald)
- National - Talking Turkey: How does corruption affect voting behavior? (Washington Post: The Monkey Cage)
- Florida - Florida elections opinion could make uncovering fraud more difficult (Miami Herald)
- National - Karlan to take Justice Department voting rights post (Politico)
- New York - Donald Trump accuses New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman of ethics breach (Politico)
- National - Study confirms every bad thing you suspected about voter ID laws (Salon)
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