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“Softening Voter ID Laws Through Litigation: Is It Enough?”

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Today the Wisconsin Law Review Forward published this article of mine (also in html format). From the Introduction: Headlines about voter identification laws often place court rulings in a simple win or loss frame. For example, the ...

“Essay — Softening Voter ID Laws Through Litigation: Is it Enough?”

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

I have posted on SSRN a revised version of this piece, now forthcoming in the Wisconsin Law Review Forward.  Here is the abstract: Headlines about voter identification laws often place court rulings in a simple win or loss frame. Fo...

“What looks good on paper may fall apart in practice.'”–Voter ID in NC and Elsewhere

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Kelly Fetty deep dive into how the “reasonable impediment” exemption from voter id requirements works in practice. Oy. This is in line with my essay, Softening Voter ID Laws Through Litigation: Is it Enough?, Wisconsin Law Review Fo...

“Casting Votes, Counting Votes for Election 2016: Democracy and Law in Action”

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

I’ll be attending this conference at Wisconsin Law Friday and Saturday, with Pam Karlan as the keynote. I’ll be presenting Softening Voter ID Laws Through Litigation: Is it Enough? (draft in progress, Mar. 2016)   … Continue reading...

“Texas Voter ID Troubles Continue; District Court Orders Judicial Oversight of Texas Voter Education – And the State Doubles Down By Disparaging the Motives Of Voters Who Claim Not To Have Photo I.D.”

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Texas Election Law Blog post. … Continue reading ?

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