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.

5th Circuit Reverses Ruling Requiring Texas To Produce Voter Purge Records

On Thursday, Sept. 29, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s Aug. 2 decision ordering Texas Secretary of State John Scott (R) to produce documents pertaining to the state’s voter purge program.

The Republicans Who Cried Fraud After Losing Their Primaries

Analysis by Democracy Docket shows that for many Republican candidates — not just Trump — the only fair election is one that they win.