Election Law Blog

Professors Hellman and Gilbert has this article, Political Corruption, forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook of American Election Law (Eugene Mazo, ed.). The abstract:
This chapter studies political corruption and its many relationships to the law of democracy. It begins with… Continue reading
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As the independent state legislature theory remains in limbo in Moore v. Harper, I’ve thought back on Chief Justice Rehnquist’s dissent from denial of cert in  Colorado General Assembly v. Salazar (2004) (a case that few other than Derek MullerContinue reading
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This story from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The lede:
A trial in a Wisconsin lawsuit over the actions of 10 Republicans who posed as electors for Donald Trump in 2020 despite his election loss will take place just weeks before… Continue reading
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