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Symposium Report: Voting tech from the front lines

by Andrew McCoy, Special Contributor On February 21 the William and Mary Election Law Society held its annual Symposium with a focus on election day delays.  During the symposium three panel discussions were held, and I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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When judges take money: Campaign contributions in judicial elections

by Kevin Elliker On March 29, 2012, the William & Mary Election Law Society and Election Law Program held a symposium entitled, “More Money, More Problems: Money in Judicial Elections” in Williamsburg, Virginia. The afternoon symposium featured two panels of … Continue reading

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Defenders of Democracy: The Role of Secretaries of State as Chief Election Officers

This symposium panel will focus on the critical role a secretary of state plays in securing our democratic process. We will discuss bridging the gap between political theory and election reality and what it really takes to ensure the integrity … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap Up

Every week, State of Elections brings you the latest news in state election law. – Gerry Hebert, one of the panelists at our recent election law symposium, wrote this article about a recent legislative effort to undermine Fair Districts Florida.  … Continue reading

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William & Mary Election Law Symposium 2010 Video

As promised, here’s a video of William & Mary’s Election Law Symposium. “Back to the Drawing Board: The 2010 Census and the Politics of Redistricting” From left to right, the panelists are John Hardin Young, Gerald Hebert, Jessica Amunson, and Trevor … Continue reading

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Great Symposium…or Greatest Symposium?

When future generations study American history, they will need to memorize all the important dates. July 4th 1776, the signing of the Declaration of Independence. June 6th 1944, the D-Day invasion. January 20th 2013, the inauguration of Sarah Palin. But … Continue reading

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Interview with Jessica Amunson, Symposium Panelist and Redistricting Expert

Jessica Amunson On Thursday, William and Mary will be hosting a Symposium entitled “Back to the Drawing Board: The 2010 Census and the Politics of Redistricting“. One of the panelists is Jessica Amunson, associate at the Washington, D.C., based firm … Continue reading

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Election Law Society Symposium!

Every year, the William & Mary Election Law Society holds a Symposium to discuss a pressing election law issue.  This year is no different.  The Election Law Society is proud to announce its fourth annual Election Law Symposium, “Back to … Continue reading

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