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Elections Fri Jan 12 2018 12:00:26 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- HAPPY HOLIDAYS! This will be the last set of links I’ll be sending around for the year.Thanks for reading! I expect next year will be filled with interesting developments in political law, of course. I’m also planning a few &#
By Rachael Sharp Prior to 1983, Washington was among the large number of states whose state and national electoral districts were drawn by its state legislature. This arrangement changed in 1983, when a constitutional amendment (as enacted in 43 of t
By: Scott McMurty Election lawand particularly map drawingin Pennsylvania carries the potential to have significant impacts on the composition of government in Washington, as the state has long been considered a battleground in national elections. Ye
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By: Chandler Crenshaw Picture Source Credit: Here Concern of voter intimidation is not a novelty in politics. When elections may be close, supporters of a proposition may sometimes attempt to influence the election by giving voters an incentive to go
By: Cris DeBlaise When seeking reelection in 2014, Connecticut incumbent Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy was neck-and-neck in one of the closest gubernatorial races in the country. In a last-minute attempt to garner more support, Malloy and his tea