Election Law (3031)

This course will examine constitutional and statutory regulation of the electoral process. We will explore topics including the right to vote; representation, districting, and gerrymandering; the Voting Rights Act; election administration; campaigns and campaign speech; political parties; and campaign finance laws and reform.

Grading: Letter graded, based on class participation and exam.

Prerequisite(s): Constitutional Law-Liberties or Liberties: Advanced Legal Reasoning (may be waived with permission of the instructor). No background in politics or political science is required.

Credits: 3

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Constitutional Law and Civil Rights:: edit ::

Taught by: Raleigh Levine

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