The Presidential Commission on Election Administration released a report with recommendations for improving the voting process in the United States. The result of several hearings, the commission recommended online voter registration and expanded early voting and a variety of other improvements. The commission’s recommendations were received positively by The New York Times, the Verified Voting Foundation and many other newspapers and advocacy organizations. The Los Angeles Times applauded a bi-partisan Congressional effort to reinvigorate The Voting Rights Act. Andrew Cohen considered the impact the new legislation might have on contentious Voter ID requirements. The Cincinnati Inquirer looked into the redistricting process in Ohio. A recent ruling that struck down Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law appears likely to be appealed and a Thailand’s Constitutional Court has ruled that an election scheduled for Feb. 2 can be delayed.