On October 1, the U.S. Supreme Court released a list of eight cases that the Court is accepting for full review. None of the eight is an election law case. One election law case had been on the September 30 conference. That one case is Corsi v Ohio Election Commission, 12-1442. The fact that the Corsi case was not accepted does not mean that it won’t be accepted later, but the odds for this case eventually being heard are now somewhat lower. This case challenged the Ohio Election Commission, which had required Corsi, a small-budget blogger who blogs about candidates and local politics, to register and disclose his finances.