Week of May 4, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of May 4, 2014.
- Iowa - Iowa voter fraud inquiry says 117 voted illegally (Quad City Times)
- National - Paul Diverges From His Party Over Voter ID (New York Times )
- Pennsylvania - With Voter ID law scrapped, plaintiffs say its time for Pennsylvania to expand voter access (The Patriot News)
- Wisconsin - Judge blocks John Doe investigation in Wisconsin (Appleton Post-Crescent)
- Wisconsin - Assembly backers of voter ID vow to reintroduce bill next session (Baraboo News Republic)
- Maine - Maine group aims to bolster clean elections (WCSH6 )
- Nebraska - Democrats take aim at Republican Monica Wehby with election-law complaint in Oregon Senate race (The Oregonian)
- Ohio - Supreme Court denies Libertarians' appeal to appear on Tuesday ballot (Columbus Dispatch)
- South Carolina - South Carolina legislators working on election law fix (Charleston Post and Courier)
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