Election Law and Policy

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MON, WED 9:05 - 10:20 am TNH 3.127

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This course will explore the roles and rights of individual citizens, organizations, political parties and government entities in the American political system. Course topics will include; the right to vote; the right to political expression; the “one person, one vote” principle and reapportionment; associational rights and political organizing; the roles of political parties, corporations and other organizations; election administration (including voter identification and voting technology); and campaign finance. Whenever appropriate, current political events and policy debates will be used to illustrate the legal principles discussed. No background in politics or political science is required.

Textbooks ( * denotes required )

The Voting Wars: From Florida 2000 to the Next Election Meltdown (optional)
Richard Hasen
Yale University Press , edition: 1st
ISBN: 9780300182033
Election Law Cases and Materials *
Daniel Lowenstein et al
Carolina Academic Press , edition: 5th
ISBN: 9781611631784


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