On the eve of the midterms, you might want to bone up on your knowledge of United States election law. The Brooklyn Law School Library maintains a deep collection of election law titles that discuss and analyze a variety of issues from gerrymandering to campaign finance laws to the Voting Rights Act. To see a full list of titles on the subject of election law, search the SARA catalog for the subject “election law”. Some of our more recent titles are listed below.
U.S. Fed. Election Comm’n, Corporations & Labor Organizations (2018).
Jerry Goldfeder et al., Goldfeder’s Modern Election Law (2018).
Nicolas R. Seabrook, Drawing the Lines: Constraints on Partisan Gerrymandering in U.S. Politics (2017).
America Votes! Challenges to Modern Election Law & Voting Rights (Benjamin E. Griffith ed., 2016).