On Dec. 7, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Moore v. Harper. How the Court rules could shape state legislatures’ power in regulating federal elections — and the checks and balances on this power — for years to come.
There is a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that could change the future application of Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act as we know it. How did we get to this point and what’s at stake?
The Montana Legislature spent 2021 passing new laws to restrict voting that are headed to trial next week. A few are headed to trial next week. Find all the facts you need to know about the challenged laws here.
Republicans’ attacks against drop boxes — a safe and convenient way to cast an absentee ballot — have found solid footing in Wisconsin thanks to a conservative lawsuit filed last year. It’s now up to the Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide the fate of drop boxes in the state.
Arkansas’ new election laws will have very real impacts on voters in the state. With the trial set to begin on March 15, find all the facts you need to know about Arkansas’ four challenged laws here.
Florida’s Senate Bill 90 purports to “protect” future elections from fraud — despite the absence of past fraud — but how does it really affect voters? Four cases challenging the law are headed to trial to debate whether this law violates the U.S. Constitution and federal law.
Impasse litigation is currently ongoing in Wisconsin to ensure that new maps that fairly represent Wisconsin voters are in place before the 2022 election cycle begins. What is impasse litigation and how will it affect Wisconsin’s redistricting process?
Three lawsuits have been filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio against the state’s new legislative districts. What’s going on in the case and what’s next?
The 26th Amendment has often been used in litigation to protect the rights of voters of all ages. League of Women Voters of Florida v. Lee highlights a failed attempt by Republican legislators and officials to limit the voices of young voters.
The voter transportation ban and absentee ballot organizing ban do not make Michigan elections more secure, but instead disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters who rely on get-out-the-vote efforts.
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