A new report details the increasing prevalence of hand counting, analyses the risks of the method and highlights the best counting practices going forward.
A bright red outline of Mississippi is juxtaposed with a dark blue background and blue-hued voters standing in line. In the foreground, blue ballots are fluttering out of a red ballot box.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is holding oral argument in a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s Assembly and Senate maps. The petitioners — a group of Wisconsin voters — argue that the legislative districts are extreme partisan gerrymanders in violation of multiple provisions of the state constitution.
A report from last fall highlights how ID requirements, often which are unnecessary, create serious burdens in everyday life — especially for minority communities.
Under lesser known provisions of the Voting Rights Act, a series of new federal lawsuits — from Washington to North Carolina — challenge voting laws that disenfranchise citizens across the country.
Today, a trial challenging two Arizona voter suppression laws — House Bills 2492 and 2243— begins.
Since 2020, Republicans across the country have fought — in and out of the courtroom — to make election records, normally reserved for professional auditors and experts, available via public record request. It’s a part of the growing threat of election vigilantism and voter challenges.
After failing to stop Proposal 2 before it got on the ballot, Republicans are attacking the now enacted proposal once again, this time with a new lawsuit.
Tomorrow, there will be a trial in a voter intimidation case about True The Vote’s challenge of more than 364,000 Georgians’s voter registrations.
After a lawsuit is given the green light to proceed in Idaho, seven lawsuits are now seeking to strike down suppressive laws targeting youth voters.
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