States need to act urgently to enact clear laws that forbid private voter challenges.
You need to include the weight of a lawsuit brought in the Supreme Court by 17 states directly against four others.
It’s been a rough year for lawyers tasked with defending Republican redistricting maps in court.
Something has gone tragically wrong in the GOP and in the legal profession. At this pace, CPAC will need to hold its next convention in a prison yard.
Though the indictments only charge Trump with conspiring to illegally overturn the results after Election Day, the reality is that he started much earlier.
There is no question that Trump is the ultimate villain of the Jan. 6 insurrection. But he didn’t act alone.
Ten years ago, in his landmark opinion in Shelby County v. Holder, Chief Justice John Roberts promised that “our country has changed.”
Unable to attract the support of a majority of eligible voters, Republicans are left to try to rig the voting rules and exploit election loopholes.
We cannot let the focus on this one case, as important as it was, obscure the fact that threats to our democracy come in many forms.
As a voting rights lawyer, I babysit Republican lawsuits because democracy deserves the best defense of voting rights.
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