Pennsylvania Democrats Sue To Stop Republican Investigation of 2020 Election Results

Friday night, Democrat state senators in Pennsylvania sued their Republican counterparts in state court in order to stop an expansive subpoena request issued as part of an investigation of the 2020 presidential election.

North Carolina State Court Strikes Down Voter ID Law

Today, a three-panel judge in a North Carolina state court struck down a strict voter ID law, finding that the law was passed with the intent, at least in part, to discriminate against African American voters.

Maine Releases Two Sets of Proposed Congressional and State Senate Maps

On Thursday, the Maine state Legislature released two sets of proposed maps for U.S. congressional and state Senate districts, drawn by the Democratic and Republican caucuses, respectively.

On Voting Rights, There Are No Moderates in the GOP

There is no place in the Republican Party for supporters of voting rights.When the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act came before the U.S. House this August for a vote, not a single Republican supported the…

By Marc Elias