U.S. Department of Justice Asks To Participate in Texas “Wet Signature” Lawsuit

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a motion to participate in oral argument before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in a lawsuit challenging a Texas election law about voter registration…

Majority of Arizona Counties Will Not Enforce New Voter Purge Laws

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, following a lawsuit, a majority of Arizona county recorders agreed that they will not purge voters under Arizona voter suppression laws House Bill 2492 and House Bill 2243.

Cochise County, Arizona Elections Director Resigns, Citing Threats

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the elections director of Cochise County, Arizona announced her resignation, citing the “outrageous and physically and emotionally threatening” working atmosphere.

These Three States Saw the Most Voting Lawsuits in 2022

Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin were the top three states with the most voting and elections litigation in 2022, illustrating the competing priorities of groups looking to shape election policy through the courts.