Yesterday, Republicans filed a lawsuit in Michigan challenging the state’s new congressional map.
On Thursday, a judge for the Circuit Court of Waukesha County formally entered an order banning drop boxes in the state after their widespread use during the 2020 election cycle.
On Thursday night, a lawsuit was filed against Kentucky’s new state House and congressional maps.
On Wednesday, a lawsuit was filed in federal court challenging Washington state’s commission-approved legislative map for diluting the voting strength of Latino voters — notably, the map is not law yet.
Today, the Supreme Court of Ohio struck down the state’s new congressional map for being a partisan gerrymander that violates the Ohio Constitution.
Today, the Supreme Court of Ohio struck down the state’s new General Assembly maps for being partisan gerrymanders that violate the Ohio Constitution.
Today, a North Carolina state court upheld the state’s new legislative and congressional maps, ruling that partisan gerrymandering claims are not justiciable — meaning suitable for North Carolina courts to rule on — and the plaintiffs did not show any intentional racial discrimination or racial vote dilution.
Today, a lawsuit was filed challenging Georgia’s new legislative maps, which were signed into law on Dec. 30, 2021.
On Monday, Jan. 11, a group of Republican voters and officials representing New York at the local and federal levels, along with the New York Republican State Committee and Republican National Committee, filed a lawsuit challenging New York City’s new noncitizen voting law.
Today, another lawsuit was filed challenging Georgia’s new congressional map.
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