On Thursday, the Oregon state Senate passed a law that adds new protections for election workers.
Today, an Oregon state court panel unanimously upheld the state’s newly enacted congressional map, rejecting a challenge brought by Republicans seeking to throw out the map.
Today, the Oregon Supreme Court dismissed two cases challenging the validity of Oregon’s newly passed legislative districts, finding that neither petition had proven that the maps violate the Oregon Constitution.
Today, six Oregon voters, including former Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins (D), filed a petition to intervene in a case brought by Republicans earlier this week challenging Oregon’s newly-passed congressional map.
On Monday, a lawsuit was filed in Oregon state court on behalf of four Republicans, all former elected officials in the state, challenging the state’s newly-passed congressional map.
Last night, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) signed new congressional and state legislative districts into law, making Oregon the first state to enact a new congressional map this year.
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled on Friday to extend the deadline for the state’s legislature to produce a new district map before the Oregon secretary of state takes control of the process.
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