Today, a trial challenging two Arizona voter suppression laws — House Bills 2492 and 2243— begins.
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.
We analyze amicus briefs submitted in the upcoming racial gerrymandering case out of South Carolina, Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, which will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 11.
Last month, New York Democrats put their trifecta to work when Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) signed a slate of 10 voting laws aimed at improving the state’s outdated election rules, but the much-needed improvements didn’t go unnoticed, especially by the GOP.
A case from 2016, Pico Neighborhood Association v. Santa Monica, is putting the California Voting Rights Act to work.
Analysis by Democracy Docket shows that congressional maps could change in 12 states before 2024 due to litigation. At least 40 districts are being challenged.
A state court ordered New York’s IRC to redraw its congressional map. New York’s highest court will likely have the final say.
How the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Allen v. Milligan Will Impact Ongoing Redistricting Litigation
The U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Allen v. Milligan will have a reverberating impact on active litigation involving Section 2 claims across 10 different states.
On Monday, May 15, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will hear a racial gerrymandering case out of South Carolina next term.
The expulsions of two Black lawmakers in Tennessee did not take place in a vacuum, but are indicative of the GOP’s disdain for democracy, from felony disenfranchisement to partisan gerrymandering.
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