Last Friday, May 27, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) vetoed a bill that would have made it easier for election officials to process ballots and for voters to cure mistakes.
Last Thursday, May 26, a federal judge ruled that South Dakota had violated multiple provisions of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) by failing to provide adequate voter registration services.
Today, the New Hampshire Supreme Court adopted a new congressional map after lawmakers failed to draw new districts.
On May 25, three Republicans, including U.S. Rep. Mike Bost (R-Ill.), filed a lawsuit challenging Illinois’ mail-in ballot receipt deadline.
On Saturday, May 21, the New York State Supreme Court, the trial court in the case challenging New York’s congressional and state Senate maps, adopted new maps.
After GOP lawmakers introduced a handful of radical, restrictive voting laws this legislative session, the Arizona Legislature has agreed upon three election bills that make relatively minor changes.
After months of Republican infighting, Missouri has enacted a new congressional map.
Yesterday, a lawsuit was filed by Republicans challenging Arizona’s no-excuse mail-in voting system that allows any voter to cast a mail-in ballot.
Last night, the Montana Supreme Court reinstated two previously-blocked voter suppression laws while an appeal challenging the laws moves forward.
On Wednesday, the South Carolina state Senate passed H. 4919, legislation expanding early voting, with bipartisan, unanimous support.