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Litigation

 

Georgia State Conference of the NAACP v. Kemp

Case Information

Date Filed: June 6, 2011
State: Georgia
Issue: Ballot Access
Courts that Heard this Case: U.s. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (Case 1:11-cv-01849)

Issue:

Whether Georgian Secretary of State Kemp has violated Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act by neglecting to provide infovoter registration service to its public assistance clients.

Status:

Statement of Interest of US filed 10/5/11. Reply Brief in support of Motion to Dismiss filed 9/26/11.Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss filed 9/09/11. Motion to Dismiss filed 8/10/11. Complaint Filed 6/06/11.

District Court Documents

Commentary

Edward B. Foley

Publication of new BALLOT BATTLES book

Edward B. Foley

I'm delighted that Oxford University Press has published my new book Ballot Battles: The History of Disputed Elections in the United States. I've collected links to last week's blogging related to the book's release. 

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In the News

Daniel P. Tokaji

What would it take to find out for sure if Ted Cruz (or others like him) is eligible for the presidency?

Professor Daniel P. Tokaji's research was quoted in a Washington Post article:

The most common route for aggrieved partisans, in this case opponents of Cruz, are the federal courts. But the courts are unlikely to go near the question just because someone brings a lawsuit. If some gadfly, for example, were to sue in federal court to keep Cruz off the ballot, the chances of any judge stepping in to settle the question is close to zero. 

There’s little dispute about that according to, among many others, Ohio State University law professor Daniel P. Tokaji, writing in the Michigan Law Review.

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Info & Analysis

New state voting laws face first presidential election test

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