Election law
Election law is a discipline falling at the juncture of constitutional law and political science. It researches "the politics of law and the law of politics".
Some of the questions that are addres...
7 Illegal Things To Do In A British Election
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List of controversial elections
This a list of controversial elections arranged by date.
This is a list of notable elections involving accusations of direct voter fraud or in which the results were procedurally contested, extens...
Wine and Spirits Fair Dealing Act
The Wine and Spirits Fair Dealing Act, also known as the Wirtz Law was an infamous Illinois state law passed in 1999 that prevented distillers and wineries from changing distributors without "just cau...
United States Senate Select Committee on Woman Suffrage
The Select Committee on Woman Suffrage was a select committee of the United States Senate from 1882-1921 It was established to consider an amendment to the United States Constitution granting women th...
Freeman (Admission) Act 1763
The Freeman (Admission) Act 1763 is an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain (3 Geo III c. 15). The Act withheld the right to vote in Parliamentary elections, in those boroughs where honorary freemen...
Wilson Pakula
A Wilson Pakula is an authorization given by a political party to a candidate for public office in the State of New York which allows a candidate not registered with that party to run as its candidate...
Electoral Disabilities (Military Service) Removal Act 1900
The Electoral Disabilities (Military Service) Removal Act 1900 (63 & 64 Vict. c.8), long title An Act to remove Electoral Disabilities which may arise in the case of Members of the Reserve, Militi...
Electoral Disabilities (Military Service) Removal Act 1900 - Wikipedia
Hirst v United Kingdom (No 2)
Hirst v the United Kingdom (No 2) [2005] ECHR 681 is a European Court of Human Rights case, where the court ruled that a blanket ban on British prisoners exercising the right to vote is contrary to th...
Term limits in Oregon
Term limits legislation – term limits for state and federal office-holders – has been a recurring political issue in the U.S. state of Oregon since 1992. In that year's general election, Oregon voter...
Rowe v Electoral Commissioner
Rowe v Electoral Commissioner is a High Court of Australia case dealing with the validity of Commonwealth legislation that sought to restrict the time in which a voter may seek to enrol in an electio...
Election silence
Election silence, pre-election silence, electoral silence, or campaign silence is a ban on political campaigning prior to a presidential or general election. Some jurisdictions have declared that, leg...
List of jurisdictions subject to the special provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
The following jurisdictions in the United States are or have been subject to the special provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Jurisdictions encompassed by the coverage formula contained in Sec...
List of jurisdictions subject to the special provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 - Wikipedia
Voting age population
Voting age population (VAP) refers to the set of individuals that have reached the minimum voting age for a particular geography or political unit. The presumption is that they are therefore generally...
Burroughs v. United States
Burroughs v. United States, 290 U.S. 534 (1934), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld as constitutional the financial disclosure and reporting requirements of the Federal C...