Community Success Initiative v. Moore, an ongoing lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s felony disenfranchisement law, will now meet its fate before the North Carolina Supreme Court. Here’s how we got here.
Temperatures may be cooling as February kicks off, but activity in the courtroom is heating up.
Since the release of 2020 census data, Democracy Docket tracked 111 lawsuits challenging maps (or lack thereof) related to 2020 redistricting. Here’s what we noticed.
Minnesota’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party is ready to use its new trifecta control to improve voting access, already introducing a major package of pro-voting reforms, the Democracy for the People Act.
In 2022, Democracy Docket tracked four decertification lawsuits that are seeking or sought to void the results of the 2020 election. These lawsuits demonstrate how rooted election denialism has become in the GOP.
Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin were the top three states with the most voting and elections litigation in 2022, illustrating the competing priorities of groups looking to shape election policy through the courts.
Ohio Republicans’ House Bill 458 is the first major voter suppression law to be enacted after the 2022 midterms. Here, we unpack exactly what this law will do and how it will impact Ohio voters.
Even though the 2022 elections have come and gone, the redistricting process is still far from over. Some states are already heading back to the drawing board to create new maps. Here’s what’s going on in redistricting in 2023.
Over the course of 2022, Democracy Docket covered and tracked activity in the courts pertaining to voting rights, elections, redistricting and democracy. Here’s what we saw.
Litigation moves slowly, so challenges to voter suppression laws and gerrymandered maps from previous years will have major updates in 2023. Here’s what to expect in courtrooms across the country.
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