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Rick Hasen's (UC-Irvine law school) electionlawblog.org provides one stop shopping for 1. results of appeals to state and federal courts on recent voting laws (mostly won by the good guys, from our pov)
2. all constitutional conundrums, including effects of unscheduled natural disasters,
3. reliable reports on  efforts by rogue individuals or organized groups to suppress votes or misinform voters,  like True the Vote

Electionlawblog.com is your friend when discussing True the Vote (and its offshoots). It will help you to know your enemy:
1. whether it is in your state
2. whether the news of its effectiveness has been greatly exaggerated
3. and info need to be accurate about what you say about them (as they like to take people to court, usually states, but who knows. )

Below the orange twisted pretzel logic of the kind it uses are some of the articles from electionlaw.blog about True the Vote that  

For articles, useful key words are "chicanery," "voting wars" and "true the vote".

The links below are for two articles from American Prospect that the blogger, Rick Hasen, prof. at UC Irvine, has indicated as must reads or even, would have liked to written him itself.

American Prospect I

American prospect, II

and on nuisance suits:

nuisance suits and TtV

 As this is an FYI blog about a source, the questions are best directed to the blogger.
I'll be in and out of meetings and will not be able to answer comments until later.

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