A Salon article discussed how the 2010 Citizens United decision created the perception that the rules for 501(c)(3) non-profits had changed. The New York Times editorialized against using mechanical lever machines in municipal elections. On the 20th anniversary of the signing of the National Voter Registration Act, Ohio has made moves to comply with the law’s requirements. Texas Governor called a special legislative session to consider court-ordered boundaries for congressional and legislative districts. Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell announced that he will automatically restore the voting rights of nonviolent felons who have completed their sentences. An appeals court in Wisconsin ruled that a 2012 Voter ID law does not violate the State constitution, though further legal challenges to the law are pending. Bhutan voted in the country’s second ever elections and Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines has challenged the integrity of last month’s election.