Briffault, Richard
November 2004
University of Pennsylvania Law Review;Nov2004, Vol. 153 Issue 1, p181
Academic Journal
Discusses the constitutionality of state judicial campaign restrictions in Minnesota. Variation in election rules according to the purpose of the election; Regulation of election campaigns; Pledges or promises of conduct in office; Misrepresentations clause; Personal solicitation of campaign contributions; Restrictions on partisan political activity.


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