“Seventh Circuit on the Right to ‘An Effective Voice in the General Election'”

FairVote: The Seventh Circuit’s ruling may have significant implications. Indianapolis’s current law recognizes that in partisan elections for judges, partisan voters often “vote the ticket” and wipe out one side. That makes the primary the determinative election, with the general … Continue reading →

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Rick Hasen


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