Tag: election law

  • Challenge to election law heads to Texas Supreme Court

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    On Aug. 15, the Texas attorney general’s office appealed a district judge’s decision blocking SB1750, a bill transferring all powers and duties of the county elections administrator to the county tax assessor-collector and county clerk in counties with a population of more than 3.5 million. District Judge Karin Crump (D) ruled that the law was…

  • The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals restored several provisions of a recent Florida election law that have been struck down

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    The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s decision on April 27, 2023, involving “four recently enacted provisions of Florida’s election law, including provisions that regulate ballot drop boxes, the solicitation of voters at the polls, and the delivery of voter-registration forms by third-party voter-registration organizations,” according to Judge William Pryor’s majority opinion. These provisions…