Many Election Law Cases are Pending in the U.S. Supreme Court

by - September 17, 2013

The only election law case that the Court has already accepted for review is McCutcheon v Federal Election Commission, 12-536, which will be argued on October 8. The issue is a federal law that limits how much money an individual may donate to all federal candidates combined. At least three other election law petitions are pending: 1. Worley v Detzner, 13-333, over whether groups that spend small amounts of money on initiative campaigns (for or against) must form a PAC. This is a Florida case. 2. Corsi v Ohio Election Commission, 12-1442, over whether politics bloggers who have any association whatsoever with at least one other individual must form a PAC. 3. Judd v Libertarian Party of Virginia, 13-231, over residency requirements for circulators.

Ballot Access News - Many Election Law Cases are Pending in the U.S. Supreme Court

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