Republicans Sue to Restrict Absentee Voting in New York

On Thursday, Sept. 29, eleven Republican plaintiffs filed a lawsuit challenging two New York absentee voting laws.

Georgia Judge Upholds Voting Practices Challenged by Fair Fight and Others

On Friday, Sept. 30, a federal district court judge in Georgia issued a ruling ending a 2018 lawsuit filed by Fair Fight Action and other voting and civil rights groups.

Montana Court Strikes Down Three Voter Suppression Laws in Win for Voters

On Friday, Sept. 30, a Montana trial court struck down three voter suppression laws for violating the Montana Constitution — a huge win for voters.

50 States of Lawsuits: Texas

They say everything’s bigger in Texas — and that includes courtroom dockets. Here, in the first entry in our new series, we round up all the voting-related cases we’re keeping an eye on in the Lone…