Catholic Law Professor Roger Colinvaux was quoted in a recent article regarding the Georgia runoff elections and potential violations of the law. The January 14 article explores the participation of churches and other non-profit organizations in partisan politics. Colinvaux commented in particular on the line between legally allowed voter education and partisan politics.
Date: January 14, 2021
By: Teddy Wilson
‘Christian nationalists’ accused of violating law in Georgia elections: Democrats won the critical Senate runoff races. But did evangelical groups ‘cross a legal line’ in trying to keep Republicans' grip on power?
"Roger Colinvaux, law professor at Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America, added that 'some of the voter guides had a clear partisan slant in issue phrasing and presentation, so as to come very close to an endorsement or a political ad, and may have crossed the line.'”
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