Louisiana Voters Ask U.S. Supreme Court To Pause 5th Circuit Order Delaying Fair Maps

On Friday, Sept. 29, voters in a lawsuit challenging Louisiana’s congressional map filed an emergency application in the U.S. Supreme Court asking the Court to pause yesterday’s ruling from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals…

Federal Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Mail-in Ballot Rejections in Arkansas

On Friday, Sept. 29, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ laws governing the rejection of mail-in ballots.

Pro-voting Groups File Federal Lawsuit Over Montana Anti-Voter Law 

On Friday, Sept. 29, Montana Public Interest Research Group and the Montana Federation of Public Employees filed a federal lawsuit challenging anti-voter provisions of Montana voting law, House Bill 892.

How Election and Redistricting Lawsuits End up Before the Supreme Court

How do redistricting and election-related lawsuits end up before the nation’s highest court? We describe the processes through which the Court either accepts or declines to hear these cases.