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Was the 7th Circuit’s Voter ID En Banc Order a 4-4 Compromise a la #SCOTUS?

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

On Friday, I linked to this per curiam order from the Seventh Circuit in the two WI voter id/voting cases, Frank v. Walker and One Wisconsin Now. In the first case, plaintiffs were trying to make it easier for people … Continue read...

7th Circuit Clerk’s Office Won’t Comment on Why 9th Judge Joined WI Voter ID En Banc

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Cristian Farias of HuffPo called the clerk’s office after my post, Strange Goings On in 7th Circuit En Banc WI Voter ID Case: A 9th Vote Appears. The response: “We don’t know, and they won’t tell us.” … Continue reading ?

Breaking: WI Voter ID Plaintiffs File Emergency 7th Circuit En Banc Petition for ID Softening

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Via Josh Gerstein comes this petition, filed very quickly by the Voting Rights plaintiffs in the Wisconsin voter id case. It asks the full 7th Circuit to reverse the stay of the affidavit softening order by the trial court in … Cont...

Three Amicus Briefs Filed in 5th Circuit in Texas Voter ID Case

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Via Moritz: AARP’s Amicus Curiae Brief (filed 3/10/15) ACLU’s Amicus Curiae Brief (filed 3/10/15) Texas Election Administrator’s Amicus Curiae Brief (filed 3/10/15)   … Continue reading ?

Federal Court on Its Own Motion in WI Voter ID Case Orders WI to Say How It is Helping Voters Get IDs

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Following a report by Ari Berman in the Nation and then Patrick Marley in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the federal district court judge ordered by the 7th Circuit to make sure that Wisconsin is making it easy for voters who … Con...


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