Today, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) moved to intervene in Mi Familia Vota v. Hobbs, a lawsuit challenging two recently-enacted voter suppression laws in Arizona.
On Thursday, the Texas secretary of state’s office announced that it would conduct “a full and comprehensive forensic audit” for the 2020 election in four of the state’s largest counties.
On Thursday night Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) filed a lawsuit on behalf of Pennsylvania, its Department of State and Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth, Veronica Degraffenreid against Republican state senators.
Today, a lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio challenging the state’s newly-drawn state Senate and House maps for being extreme partisan gerrymanders in favor of the Republican party.
On Wednesday, a group of labor organizations, disability rights advocates and Montana voters filed a lawsuit challenging a recently-passed Montana law that ends Election Day voter registration for almost all voters.
Today, the Virginia Supreme Court rejected a petition filed by a Virginia state senator, T. Travis Hackworth (R), and individual voters arguing that new redistricting laws in Virginia violate the state constitution.
Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court granted a petition challenging Wisconsin’s congressional and legislative district maps following the release of 2020 census data.
On Monday, House Democrats re-introduced the Protect Our Democracy Act, H.R. 5314, led by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).
On Saturday, the Texas Senate released the first draft of its district maps ahead of a 30-day special session.
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.