The Iowa Legislature released draft proposals for the state’s new legislative and congressional maps this morning.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the League of United Latin American Citizens of Iowa (LULAC) filed a petition for declaratory order with the Iowa Secretary of State asking for clarification about whether the office can use and accept Spanish language voting materials and forms, specifically the National Mail Voter Registration Form, the State of Iowa Official Voter Registration Form and the State of Iowa Official Absentee Ballot Request Form. The Secretary now has 60 days to respond, after which legal action can be brought.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Governor Kim Reynolds (R) signed Senate File 568 into law on Tuesday night, adding further restrictions to establishing satellite absentee voting sites and severely limiting third-party ballot collection in Iowa.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—In the final hours of their legislative session on Wednesday, Iowa Republicans passed yet another voter suppression bill.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The omnibus voter suppression bill signed into law by Governor Kim Reynolds in March has begun to take effect in Iowa.
Republicans filed a motion to intervene in pending litigation over Iowa’s new voter suppression law, S.F. 413, on Thursday.
House Administration Committee Chair Rep. Zoe Lofgren (CA-19) released a statement today condemning Republicans for their coordinated and ill-intentioned efforts to smear the Committee’s consideration of IA-02’s contested election.
Republican efforts to leave 22 votes in the Iowa 2nd District House race uncounted failed a key vote today.
The League of United Latin American Citizens of Iowa sued the Iowa Secretary of State and Attorney General on Monday night, after the Governor signed voter suppression bill S.F. 413 into law.
Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) signed sweeping Iowa election legislation that would severely limit access to the ballot into law on Monday afternoon, after it passed both Republican-held chambers of the legislature.
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