Voting rights groups accused the Obama administration of violating federal law by not doing more to ensure opportunities for voter registration through the online federal health insurance exchange Robert Maguire examined the exponential growth in election-related spending by groups that don’t disclose their donors since the Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United v. F.E.C. The personal and political conflicts that have divided Florida Senate Republicans for months reached the boiling point on Wednesday as the Senate narrowly approved a redrawn redistricting map 22-18. The Maryland Redistricting Reform Commission has recommended the establishment of an independent group to redistrict both congressional and legislative districts. Following the decertification of the AVS WINVote used a fifth of the state, much of Virginia will vote on new paper ballot voting systems in polls this week. Wisconsin Senate Republicans are grappling with pressure from groups on opposing sides of bills to replace the state’s Government Accountability Board and rewrite state campaign finance law. The Daily Telegraph considered the security risks of online voting in Australia and Tanzania’s ruling party candidate has been declared the winner of a controversial presidential election marred by claims of vote rigging and fears of violence.