On Friday, May 6, a lawsuit was filed in state court against New Hampshire’s new legislative districts.
Exactly one year after Florida enacted its voter suppression law, Senate Bill 90, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today reinstated previously-blocked provisions of this law while an appeal is being litigated.
South Carolina has agreed to redraw its state House map in order to increase Black representation in certain districts.
Last month, two lawsuits rooted in post-2020 Big Lie conspiracies were filed seeking to drastically expand election observation activities in two Nevada counties.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of voters over New York’s congressional districts and upcoming primary elections.
Today, a lawsuit was filed challenging Georgia’s requirement that paper absentee ballot applications submitted by mail or in person must be signed with pen and ink, which is commonly referred to as a wet signature requirement.
Today, the New York Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, struck down the new congressional and state Senate maps.
Today, a Kansas trial court judge struck down the state’s new congressional map after concluding that it is an extreme partisan gerrymander that favors Republicans and dilutes minority voting strength in violation of the Kansas Constitution.
Today, a lawsuit was filed against Florida’s new congressional map.
Last night, a New York appellate court issued a decision regarding the fate of New York’s congressional and legislative maps.