Moving swiftly, a federal judge on Thursday struck down limits on early voting that Republican lawmakers approved last month in a lame-duck session. In a five-page ruling, U.S. District Judge James Peterson concluded the new limits on early voting are invalid because they so closely mirror ones he struck down as unconstitutional in 2016. His decision also threw out parts of the lame-duck laws affecting IDs and other credentials that can be used for voting. Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.Read the Article
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By Katy Owens Hubler, Democracy Research
On behalf of the National Conference of State Legislatures
Welcome to the 2019... Read More
- General Election: November 5, 2019
Primary Date: March 12Other Elections: May 21; September 17
Primary Date: May 4Other Elections: January 29, Special Election
Primary Date: March 30General Runoff: May 4Other Elections: October 12 Gubernatorial Primary; November 16 Gubernatorial General
Primary Date: May 7
Primary Date: May 21
Primary Date: June 11
Primary Date: August 6Other Elections: February 12 Special Election; April 23 Special Election
Primary Date: October 8Other Elections: December 3 City Runoff
Election Sciences, Reform, and Administration Conference
Date: July 11, 2019 - July 12, 2019Location: Philadelphia
The Voting Experience: 2018 and the Future
Date: February 14, 2019Location: Washington
A Practical Guide to Risk-Limiting Audits
Date: January 31, 2019Location: Washington