Useful Links

State of Elections Blog
William & Mary Law students started the State of Elections Blog in 2009 to cover important election law issues emanating from the states. Students taking Election Law also blog for the site. Students are encouraged to do original reporting on state election law matters that may be falling under the radar in the national media. 

Rick Hasen's Election Law Blog
By Professor Rick Hasen. The law of politics and the politics of law: election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and the Supreme Court nomination process.

Election Law Journal
"Election Law Journal is the only peer-reviewed journal specializing in in-depth coverage of the legal aspects of elections and voting rights in the United States and around the world. The Journal's purview includes the rapid growth in legislation and litigation due to redistricting and reapportionment; challenges to strike down or repeal term limits; and efforts to implement new election systems."

Election Law @ Moritz
Non-partisan information and insight on the laws governing federal, state, and local election. "Opinions expressed by individuals associated with Election Law @ Moritz, either on this web site or in connection with conferences or other activities undertaken by the program, represent solely the views of the individuals offering the opinions and not the program itself."

State Election Law eBenchbook Project

Launched in 2016, the State Election Law eBencbook project seeks to assist judges, members of the media, and the public in understanding arcane state election codes. The Project started with three states (Virginia, Colorado, and Florida), and intends to add more states to this roster. If you are interested in adding your state or otherwise joining the project, please contact Rebecca Green at the Election Law Program.