Tag: #ElectionLaw

Migliori v. Cohen

The Third Circuit framed the issues in this appeal as follows: Whether “a date on the outside of a mail-in ballot, required under state law, is material to the voter’s

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Fulton Co. v. Sec’y

The County of Fulton and other parties filed an Amended Petition for Review (Amended Petition) in the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court against the Secretary of the Commonwealth (Secretary) to challenge her

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Carter v. Chapman

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court undertook the “unwelcome obligation” of determining the state’s new congressional redistricting plan because the General Assembly and the Governor failed to do so. The Court rejected

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Benezet Consulting LLC v. Sec’y Pa.

The Third Circuit held that permanent injunctive relief should extend to all future elections for Appellants Benezet and Pool only. Appellants are out-of-state petition circulators. In Pennsylvania, a candidate seeking

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McLinko v. Pa. Dep’t of State

A divided panel of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court held that Act 77 — which established that any qualified elector may vote by mail — violated the Pennsylvania Constitution and is

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Nat’l Election Def. Coal. v. Boockvar

The plaintiffs’ core missions include helping members of the electorate exercise their right to vote in free and fair elections and ensuring that elections are conducted on secure, accessible, transparent,

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