4.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Ballot Selfies Now Allowed in Colorado

Ballot Selfies Now Allowed in Colorado

The U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado has enjoined the enforcement of Colorado’s ban on ballot selfies in Hill v. Williams and Harlos v. Morrisey, though the decision could certainly still be appealed on an emergency basis:   U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello enjoined the Denver District Attorney’s…

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EAC and Brian Newby Sued for Adding Proof of Citizenship Requirement

  A lawsuit has been filed against the Election Assistance Commission and its Executive Director Brian Newby by a coalition of voting groups.  The suit alleges that Newby impermissibly changed the instructions on the federal voter registration form to require proof of citizenship to complete a registration in Arizona, Georgia, and Kansas, in…

Native Americans Challenge ND Voter ID Law

    Native Americans in North Dakota are seeking an injunction against the state’s voter ID law under the Voting Rights Act. The complaint was filed on January 20, 2016.

NC Voter ID Trial Hears Testimony of State’s Expert

  The state began presenting evidence in the North Carolina voter ID trial on Thursday, January 28.  Expert for the state Stephan Thernstrom testified, in part, “There’s no evidence that blacks would be burdened by North Carolina’s photo ID requirement.”

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North Carolina Voter ID Law Trial Begins

  The trial in a challenge to North Carolina’s voter ID requirement in federal district court began Monday, January 25.  The trial is expected to last the entire week.