Week of February 17, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of February 17, 2013.
- Florida - House panel passes campaign finance bill along partisan lines (Florida Times-Union)
- Arkansas - Arkansas Senate approves voter ID legislation (San Francisco Chronicle )
- Virginia - Virginia Lawmakers Pass Photo-ID Requirement for Voters (The New York Times)
- California - Complaint alleges racial bias in Palmdale elections (Los Angeles Times)
- Wisconsin - Ending Election Day voter registration would cost up to $14.5 million, expert says (Wisconsin State Journal)
- Texas - Texas redistricting appeal likely on hold at Supreme Court (San Antonio Express-News)
- National - Supreme Court to hear case on campaign donation limits (USA Today)
- Missouri - Missouri Democrats pushing for early voting (Kansas City Star)
- New York - Republican candidate George McDonald tries an unusual path to New York's mayoralty: the brazenly defiant fundraising scofflaw (New York Daily News)
- Ohio - GOP chair: Vote fraud will be prosecuted (Cincinnati Enquirer)
- Virginia - Senate approves voter ID bill; separate House bill advances (Washington Post)
Commentary on the latest developments in election law during the week of February 17, 2013.
- Oesterle - Silence of the Lambs