Left Without a Congressional Map, Black Louisiana Voters Ask Supreme Court for Help

A group of Black voters are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review the district court ruling that struck down the map — and quickly.

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Former Trump Lawyer Pleads Not Guilty in Arizona 2020 Election Subversion Case 

After a difficult few months between having his California and Washington, D.C. law license temporarily suspended and a new Arizona indictment, “Big Lie” purveyor and Jan. 6 architect John Eastman has pleaded not guilty for crimes…

RNC Sues DeKalb County, Georgia Over Election Grant Records

The Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit against DeKalb County, Georgia to obtain public records related to funding the county received from the nonpartisan pro-voting group, the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence.

Republican Attorneys General Continue To Undermine Voting Rights Act

Attorney General Theodore Rokita is the latest Republican official to join the chorus of Republicans in the 11th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th circuits arguing that private parties cannot sue under the Voting Rights Act.

When Trump Attacks Our Elections, We Will Have No Excuse

Donald Trump and his Republican allies have no intention of accepting the outcome of a free and fair election.