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.
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.
Today, a three-judge panel for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin allowed two cases suing for fair maps in Wisconsin to move forward, consolidating the suits as litigation continues.
The Iowa Legislature released draft proposals for the state’s new legislative and congressional maps this morning.
The Republican-controlled Ohio Redistricting Commission approved state House and Senate maps shortly after the Commission’s 11:59pm constitutional deadline on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the New York State Independent Redistricting Commission released two sets of draft U.S. House, state Senate and state Assembly maps.
On Tuesday, a federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Brooklyn Branch of the NAACP against various New York election officials challenging the state’s line-warming ban.
The North Carolina Supreme Court has rolled back a recent legal victory enfranchising individuals with past felony convictions, upholding a pause of a lower court’s ruling while the case is on appeal.
On Tuesday, the Republican-controlled Indiana state Legislature released the first drafts of the Indiana House and U.S. House maps.
On Tuesday, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) introduced the Freedom To Vote Act, a compromise voting rights bill which has been in the works since For the People Act, S.1, was blocked by a Republican filibuster in June.