Florida Appeals Court Keeps DeSantis’ Discriminatory Congressional Map In Place

Today, a Florida appeals court reversed a ruling striking down Florida’s congressional map for diminishing Black voting power in the northern part of the state.

Georgia Legislature Releases New, Still Gerrymandered Maps

Republicans in the Georgia Legislature released proposals this week for new legislative and congressional maps featuring additional Black-majority districts after being ordered to do so by a federal judge.

1st Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Trump Eligibility Challenge in New Hampshire

Last week, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit challenging former President Donald Trump’s eligibility to appear on New Hampshire’s presidential primary ballot. 

Debunking Democracy Myths This Holiday Season

From private funding of elections to the redistricting process and hand counting, here are some lingering and new democracy myths to be debunked this holiday season.