On February 22, 2017, FOS shareholder Matthew O’Neill gave a presentation regarding the Electoral College to the Marquette University Law School Federalist Society.
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FOS shareholder Matthew O’Neill is a the Alumni Blogger of the Month for the Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog for the month of November. To read his second blog, entitled Electoral College – Keep or Toss?, go to http://law.marquette.edu/facultyblog/2016/11/21/electoral-college-keep-or-toss/
FOS shareholder Matthew O’Neill is a the Alumni Blogger of the Month for the Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog for the month of November. To read his first blog, entitled There is Real Election Fraud (Just Not What You Think), go to http://law.marquette.edu/facultyblog/2016/11/13/there-is-real-election-fraud-just-not-what-you-think/#more-26004.
FOS shareholder Matthew O’Neill is participating in today’s voting rights panel discussion presented by the American Constitution Society at Marquette Law School. Among the other participants at the event is Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
Wisconsin’s 2016 election season is under way. It promises to be exciting. Wisconsin’s late-in-the-season, April 5, 2016 Presidential Primary might even be relevant! There is nothing quite like a Presidential Election Year. To make sure your vote counts, follow these few reminders. 1. Voter ID is the law. To cast a ballot, you must present.