New Yorkers Are Using This New Law For Better Representation

In the opening months of 2024, voters in the Empire State are utilizing the recently enacted New York Voting Rights Act (NYVRA) in hopes of remedying discrimination across the state. 

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Federal Court Strikes Down Part of Tennessee’s Felony Disenfranchisement Scheme

A federal judge ruled that Tennessee election officials cannot wrongly deny Tennesseans with past felony convictions of their right to vote by improperly rejecting eligible voters’ registration forms.

New York Court Dismisses Voting Machine Challenge

Today, a New York court dismissed a challenge to the New York State Board of Elections’ approval of a touch screen voting machine, the ExpressVote XL.

3rd Circuit Keeps “County Line” Blocked for New Jersey’s 2024 Democratic Primaries

This afternoon, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a decision that blocked the controversial "county line" ballot design for New Jersey's June 2024 Democratic primary elections.

Supreme Court Mifepristone Case Forecasts Decisions Worse Than Dobbs

If we want to preserve what we have left we have to acknowledge the very real and present threat and demand champions who will fight back.