Texas Bill Allowing the State to Leave ERIC Heads to Governor

On Saturday, May 27, the Texas Legislature gave final approval to Senate Bill 1070, a bill that would allow the state to discontinue participation in the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC).

Federal Court Dismisses Challenge to Arkansas Congressional Map

On Thursday, May 25, a three-judge panel dismissed a challenge to Arkansas’ congressional map drawn with 2020 census data.

Texas Legislature Passes Bill Easing Voting for Individuals With Disabilities

On Thursday, May 26, the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 477, a bill that would make voting easier for individuals with disabilities.

The Republican-Backed Group Behind the Surge of GOP Election Lawsuits

A right-wing legal group founded by former Republican officials, Restoring Integrity and Trust in Elections (RITE), consistently argues against voters and voting access under the guise of “integrity” and “security.”