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Site - electionlawblog.org
Studio City, California
About Site - Rick Hasen's Election Law Blog explains the law of politics and the politics of law: election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and the Supreme Court nomination process.
Site - verifiedvoting.org/blog
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Advocating for transparent election processes and verifiable voting systems. The Verified Voting Foundation is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization championing accessible, reliable and publicly verifiable elections.
Site - electls.blogs.wm.edu
About Site - We dedicate this blog to how Americans vote. We will focus our microscope closer than the four year presidential pageantry and the buzz of national campaign finance law coverage on the evening news. It’s voting at the local level, determined by state and local level election laws and practices, that make the difference in our perennial exercise of democracy.
Site - excessofdemocracy.com
Iowa City, IA
About Site - Find info on Election law, voting rights, legal education, the bar exam, and miscellany written by Derek T. Muller, Associate Professor of Law, Pepperdine University School of Law.
Site - electionlawcenter.com
Washington DC area
About Site - Election Law Center is a source of news and commentary that provides a perspective regularly underserved in academia and often ignored by the legacy media.
About Site - This blog provides source of information for people who are interested in the law—and particularly election law—as the operating system for society. Given this mission, and my interest in law as the game engine of governance, I often also touch on history, economics, and constitutional law.
Site - txredistricting.org
About Site - Updates about ongoing redistricting litigation in the Lone Star State and coverage of election law more generally. This website's goal is to try to make sure the redistricting process and litigation over voting law is as transparent and accessible as possible to the public. Hopefully, it will be of some use to a broad range of interested parties, both lawyers and non-lawyers.