Gender Parity in Election Laws: Past, Present and Future

Human Rights

Amber Maltbie co-authored “Gender Parity in Election Laws: Past, Present, and Future” for Human Rights, a publication of the Civil Rights and Social Justice Section of the American Bar Association.

The opening paragraph of the piece states, “Rapid and partisan changes in state election laws have led attorneys across the political spectrum to question fairness, due process, and consistency in elections. Progressives and conservatives differ on the impact of mail-in voting and ballot security measures. This article centers on a more fundamental issue: Do state laws, before and after the pandemic, disadvantage one gender over another?”

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