Election Law Committee

The Election Law Committee focuses on election law, policy, and procedures including voter education and voting rights. It is composed of practitioners from law firms, good government groups, political parties, and government boards and agencies, many of whom have worked in this area for decades.

The Committee is active in commenting on proposed revisions of election law and local election rules, provides comments and reports to state and local boards and other government entities, and regularly provides election law training to candidates and the public. It also provides a valuable forum for practitioners with differing views to share ideas.

The Committee focuses on a variety of topics, including ballot access, administration of elections, redistricting, and campaign finance regulation.

Election Law Blog – Rick Hasen

New York Election News – Jeff Wice, New York Law School

Election Law @ Moritz – Edward Foley, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

New York City Board of Elections

New York State Board of Elections

League of Women Voters Vote 411

Rock the Vote

Facts about how N.Y. counts ballots: Enough with the conspiracy theories in the Queens DA’s race, New York Daily News 7/8/2019, by former Election Law Committee Chair Sarah K. Steiner