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Election Law Journal

Daniel P. Tokaji, assistant director of Election Law @ Moritz, is the co-editor of the Election Law Journal.

About the Election Law Journal

Although Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy is the leading journal for coverage and analysis of legal issues, it now includes much more, including the questions of election reform and design that are in the forefront in the United States and many other countries in both the advanced and developing worlds.

Election Law JournalThe Journal's purview includes the rapid growth in legislation and litigation stemming from efforts to reform American election administration following the 2000 Florida election controversy; challenges to the constitutionality of campaign finance laws; and efforts to change the rules for the selection of the U.S. President.

As election law litigation grows in the U.S. and election administration controversies arise throughout the world, Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy will continue to provide high-quality analysis by the finest scholars in the field, as well as varied perspectives from practitioners and elected officials.

This essential legal resource should be a part of every law, political science, and government library, as well as a primary source of reference and information for election officials, campaign and fundraising leaders, and political consultants at every level of government.

Topics covered include:

  • Campaign finance reform
  • Redistricting and reapportionment
  • Voting rights, equal protection, and election reform
  • Term limits
  • The Internet and political campaigns
  • Voting technologies and uniform voting
  • Ballot design and ballot access
  • Legal issues in media of election coverage
  • Monitoring overseas elections
  • Initiatives and other ballot propositions

For more information on the Journal or to view articles, please visit http://www.liebertonline.com/elj.

Commentary

Edward B. Foley

Gerrymandering as Viewpoint Discrimination: A "Functional Equivalence" Test

Edward B. Foley

A First Amendment test for identifying when a map is functionally equivalent to a facially discriminatory statute.

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In the News

Daniel P. Tokaji

This is why US election ballots routinely go missing

Professor Dan Tokaji was quoted in USA Today about the prevalence of missing election ballots.

 

"Most of the time, it just goes unreported because it doesn't affect the result," Tokaji said. 


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Info & Analysis

Supreme Court Finds Partisan Gerrymandering Claims to be Non-Justiciable Political Questions

In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion on Thursday determining that claims of partisan gerrymandering are political questions beyond the reach of the federal courts. The opinion resolved disputes originating in North Carolina and Maryland, in the cases of Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek.

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