South Carolina Republicans Go to U.S. Supreme Court Over Congressional Map

On Friday, Jan. 27, South Carolina Republican lawmakers appealed a decision striking down the state’s congressional map for racial gerrymandering to the U.S. Supreme Court.

New Mexico Democrats Introduce Omnibus Pro-Voting Bill

On Friday, Jan. 27, New Mexico Democrats introduced House Bill 4, the New Mexico Voting Rights Act, an omnibus pro-voting bill that floundered last year.

Arizona Supreme Court Rejects Fringe Lawsuit Contesting Kari Lake’s Loss

n Friday, Jan. 27, the Arizona Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit brought by self-proclaimed “civil rights” lawyer Ryan Heath against Judge Peter A. Thompson in Maricopa County, Arizona .

Two Years Too Late: Trying To Decertify the 2020 Election

In 2022, Democracy Docket tracked four decertification lawsuits that are seeking or sought to void the results of the 2020 election. These lawsuits demonstrate how rooted election denialism has become in the GOP.