The debate over Judge Richard Posner’s admission that he had made a mistake in voting to uphold a 2005 Indiana voter-ID law has raged on, even drawing a response from a former Supreme Court justice. Proposed “two-tier” voting systems in Arizona and Kansas have sparked controversy: Pew demonstrated that the additional costs would be significant and have caused considerable bureaucratic issues in Kansas. Comments made by a local Republican official in North Carolina have brought the motivation for North Carolina’s sweeping election law changes to a national audience. Voter rights advocates have raised alarm about the effect of Texas’ voter ID law on women. A judge in Virginia denied an injunction that would have halted that State’s voter purge. A report from an Elections BC panel has cautioned against the implementation of internet voting and new dates have been set for Presidential election in The Maldives.