A recent study shows how pro-voting policies and an efficient U.S. Postal Service leads to higher turnout in U.S. elections.
A case from 2016, Pico Neighborhood Association v. Santa Monica, is putting the California Voting Rights Act to work.
In 2022, voters in six states cast ballots in congressional districts that have been ruled in violation of either the 14th Amendment, Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) or state constitutions.
On Sept. 11, 2023 — nearly two years after the enactment of Texas S.B. 1 — a six-week trial will begin in the consolidated legal challenge to the infamous voter suppression law.
Black voters in Georgia are taking the state’s congressional map to trial, arguing it violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
With the 140 historic confirmations, including that of Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden is outpacing his predecessors by diversifying the federal judiciary in terms of gender, race and professional backgrounds.
At the end of its term, the U.S. Supreme Court vacated a decision that struck down Ohio’s congressional map. Now, litigation that could determine the fate of Ohio’s 2024 congressional map is back in the Ohio Supreme Court.
Gov. Cooper (D) has vetoed the Republicans’ latest effort to suppress the vote in the Tar Heel state. Its worst provisions include banning outside funding for election administration and shortening the mail-in ballot return window.
Even before tomorrow’s debate, the GOP candidates taking the stage have made their stance on voting rights and democracy clear.
From relatively minor institutional changes to large-scale structural overhauls, here are the leading federal judiciary ref
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