Wisconsin Senate Elections Committee Chairman Dan Knodl (R) and 10 Assembly Republicans have introduced legislation to abolish the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), the latest step in Republicans’ continued attacks on Wisconsin elections.
Yesterday, a Nevada voter filed a lawsuit challenging a 2024 ballot initiative that would create strict photo identification requirements for voting in the state.
Georgia Republicans are one step closer to enacting new gerrymandered congressional and legislative maps, after the proposals each passed their first respective chambers.
A group of Black and Latino voters today filed a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s new congressional map that was enacted in October 2023.
Today, a Florida appeals court reversed a ruling striking down Florida’s congressional map for diminishing Black voting power in the northern part of the state.
Republicans in the Georgia Legislature released proposals this week for new legislative and congressional maps featuring additional Black-majority districts after being ordered to do so by a federal judge.
Last week, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit challenging former President Donald Trump’s eligibility to appear on New Hampshire’s presidential primary ballot.
Common Cause New York, the Black Institute and five New York voters filed a lawsuit on Tuesday challenging the board of election’s approval of a new voting machine, ExpressVoteXL.
Two restrictive and dangerous proposed constitutional amendments faced setbacks this week after Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin (R) rejected the proposals’ ballot titles and summaries.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes (D) announced today that an Arizona grand jury returned an indictment charging two of the three Cochise County supervisors with felony offenses for their refusal to certify the 2022 general election.
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