Can The Voting Rights Act Survive if Individuals Can’t Sue Under Section 2?

The Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held last year that private parties can't sue under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. While the decision is concerning, experts say voters still have other avenues to…

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Kari Lake Asks Arizona Supreme Court For 2022 Do-Over 

Election-denier Kari Lake is back in court. This time, the Republican U.S. Senate hopeful is once again asking the Arizona Supreme Court for a do-over of her 2022 race. 

Washoe County Won’t Certify Primary Election Results, Nevada Secretary of State Seeks Court Order

Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguilar (D) asked the state Supreme Court to require Washoe County to certify the results of two recounts for last month's primary election.

Absentee Ballots Won’t Be Thrown Out for Witness Address Variations, Wisconsin Court of Appeals Rules

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals today largely affirmed a lower court’s decision that is expected to significantly reduce the rejection rate of absentee ballots in the state’s upcoming primary and general elections. 

Can Sheriffs Endorse Candidates While in Uniform? This One Thinks He Can

“I think it’s time we put a felon in the White House,” Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said, with a smirk to the camera.