STATEMENT: Voting Rights Victory in Minnesota

June 15, 2020
By Democracy Docket

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Minnesota court just struck down the state’s Ballot Order provision, which required all political party candidates be listed on the ballot in reverse order based on the average number of votes received in the previous election. We challenged this law in November 2019 on behalf of the DSCC, DCCC, and individual voters, as the Ballot Order provision would have listed all Democratic Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) candidates last on every ballot in the upcoming general election.

Read the full statement here.