Monthly Archives: January 2020

Democrats Eliminate Small-Donor Requirement for Nevada Debate

This change is almost certainly in response to the fact that Michael Bloomberg now appears to be fourth in the national polls, even though he is not soliciting contributions from anyone. As the DNC has recognized, keeping a candidate with … Continue reading →

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“What Happens If Iowa And Nevada Caucuses Are Disrupted?”

Steven Rosenfeld reports. … Continue reading →

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“The Cybersecurity 202: Election officials confident about security days before first contests of 2020”

Washington Post: Election officials are striking a confident tone about digital security at their final summit before caucus and primary season begins. But they’re also planning for the worst, war-gaming how to handle any major hacks from Russia or other … Continue reading →

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“Good Law | Bad Law #174 – Can We Survive 2020? A Conversation w/ Rick Hasen”

You can listen to this podcast about my upcoming book, Election Meltdown, out Tuesday. … Continue reading →

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Crum: The Fifteenth Amendment and DNC v. Hobbs

The following is the fifth and final in a series of guest posts (Posts 1, 2, 3, and 4) by Travis Crum on the 150th anniversary of the 15th amendment: In my posts this week, I’ve made the case for treating the … Continue reading →

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Rick Hasen


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“Trump’s Lawyer Is Wrong: ‘Information’ from a Foreign Government Can Violate the Law”

Brendan Fischer for CLC. … Continue reading →

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“Burr backs Trump lawyer claim on foreign dirt”

Politico: Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said on Thursday he has “no problem” with a White House lawyer’s argument that American politicians can accept damaging information on their opponents from a foreign country — a proposal that shocked … Continue reading →

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“Utah’s new kind of ranked-choice voting could hurt political minorities — and sometimes even the majority”

Jack Santucci and Benjamin Reilly blog. … Continue reading →

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Rick Hasen


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“Illinois Discloses New Problems With Voter Registration”

AP: Illinois elections officials disclosed fresh problems Wednesday with the state’s automatic voter registration program, saying at least one eligible voter who declined to register to vote was signed up anyway.The program is already under fire for mistakenly registering over 500 people … Continue reading →

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“The Cybersecurity 202: There’s a new cross-country effort to train election and campaign pros on digital security”

WaPo reports. … Continue reading →

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