Richard L. Hasen
Richard L. Hasen

Richard L. Hasen is a professor of law and political science at the UC–Irvine School of Law and is the author of the forthcoming book, Plutocrats United: Campaign Money, the Supreme Court, and the Distortion of American Elections. Follow him on Twitter.

Jurisprudence
Sept. 14 2009 3:31 PMHow Liberals Can Win by Losing at the Roberts CourtThree strategies for turning a defeat into a (relative) victory.
Jurisprudence
June 29 2009 3:02 PMThe Supreme Court Gets Ready To Turn on the Corporate Fundraising SpigotThe case about the anti-Hillary ad got pushed back till September—and got bigger.
Jurisprudence
March 18 2009 2:07 PMFranken's MonsterWill Bush v. Gore bite Democrats in Coleman v. Franken?
Politics
Oct. 27 2008 4:03 PMRegistering DoubtIf we can nationalize banks, why not our election process?
Jurisprudence
April 29 2008 4:47 PMGaming IndianaThe quirky state voting law that could affect Tuesday's primary.
Jurisprudence
Feb. 5 2008 5:33 PMWhatever Happened to "One Person, One Vote"?Why the crazy caucus and primary rules are legal.
Jurisprudence
May 18 2007 1:41 PMThe Fraudulent Fraud SquadThe incredible, disappearing American Center for Voting Rights.
Jurisprudence
Feb. 22 2006 2:11 PMFraud Reform?How efforts to ID voting problems have become a partisan mess.
Jurisprudence
Oct. 18 2004 2:22 PMFlorida 2000: The SequelFive ways the election could end up in court, again.
Recycled
Sept. 8 2009 6:59 AMHillary: The Movie, RevisitedThe Supreme Court gathers to decide whether an anti-Hillary documentary is constitutional.
Jurisprudence
April 27 2009 11:59 AMSordid BusinessWill the Supreme Court kill the Voting Rights Act?
Jurisprudence
Jan. 28 2009 1:50 PMLet Them Into the HouseThe D.C. Voting Rights Act is probably unconstitutional. Congress should pass it.
Politics
Sept. 8 2008 4:16 PMThe Ground GameThe campaigns have already begun fighting over ballots and rules for voter registration.
Jurisprudence
March 7 2008 11:05 AMTaking the Democratic Party to CourtThe top three litigation strategies for pissed-off primary voters—and why they're doomed.
Chatterbox
June 13 2007 5:31 PMImplausible DeniabilityThe Internet foils fudging by three "voter fraud" warriors.
Jurisprudence
Oct. 24 2006 3:03 PMElection DeformThe Supreme Court messes up election law. Again.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 19 2005 3:22 PMHold the LineThe Texas redistricting case is not a winner for Democrats.
Jurisprudence
Jan. 28 2004 6:48 PMLevel Paying FieldThe law may allow ads attacking the Democratic presidential nominee to go unanswered.
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Technology
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