Georgia Legislature Sends Bill to Governor Further Banning Private Funding in Election Administration

On Monday, March 27, the Georgia House passed Senate Bill 222, a bill which would tighten and criminalize the state’s pre-existing ban on private funding in election administration, sending the bill to Gov. Brian Kemp (R).

Arkansas Legislature Sends Two Anti-Voting Bills to Governor

On Thursday, March 16, the Arkansas Legislature sent two bills to the governor: Senate Bill 255, which prohibits private grants for election administration and Senate Bill 258, which bans drop boxes in the state.

U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Review Lawsuit on Kansas Congressional Map

On Monday, March 27, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a petition filed by Kansas Voters and Loud Light Kansas seeking review of Kansas’ congressional map drawn with 2020 census data.

What’s at Stake in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Election?

On April 4, 2023, control of the Wisconsin Supreme Court will be decided by voters. Given Wisconsin’s swing state status and the looming 2024 election, the outcome of this race will have impacts not only on…