Monthly Archives: July 2012

Conference Call: Recall Elections

If the Madison Chapter’s recent event piqued your interest in recall elections, be sure to call in for the Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group’s conference call on recall elections tomorrow, July 26th. In the wake of some extremely … Continue reading

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Event Recap: Reconsidering Wisconsin’s Constitutional Recall Provision: Should the Recalls be Recalled?

On July 18th, the Madison Lawyers’ Chapter of the Federalist Society hosted a luncheon discussion of the history and future of recall elections in Wisconsin. Christian Schneider, senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, lead off the discussion with … Continue reading

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Reconsidering Wisconsin’s Constitutional Recall Provision: Should the Recalls be Recalled?

Wisconsin recently endured a historic stretch of recall elections of Wisconsin senators and the Governor. In less than a year, 13 state senators and the Governor faced recall elections. It was only the third time in U.S. history that a … Continue reading

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