In 2022, voters in six states cast ballots in congressional districts that have been ruled in violation of either the 14th Amendment, Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) or state constitutions.
With the 140 historic confirmations, including that of Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden is outpacing his predecessors by diversifying the federal judiciary in terms of gender, race and professional backgrounds.
Gov. Cooper (D) has vetoed the Republicans’ latest effort to suppress the vote in the Tar Heel state. Its worst provisions include banning outside funding for election administration and shortening the mail-in ballot return window.
Courts across the country are playing a critical role in protecting our democracy from the onslaught of frivolous lawsuits from right-wing, conspiracy-driven Republicans. This summer, courts rejected six anti-voting lawsuits.
As they did in the 1950s, Republican lawmakers have once again defied the U.S. Supreme Court by enacting a congressional map with only one majority-Black district.
Former President Donald Trump’s most recent indictment includes six unnamed co-conspirators. How did they assist his criminal efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election?
In June, SCOTUS issued its decision in Allen v. Milligan, which upheld Section 2 of the VRA. In light of this decision, over 30 ongoing lawsuits with pending Section 2 claims will proceed in due course.
To better understand the dangers posed by the ACE Act, we highlight three of its most harmful provisions, outline the conspiracies or falsehoods behind the measures and compare them to the provisions in the Freedom to Vote Act.
In 2020, John Eastman, an attorney for then-President Donald Trump, presented the most extreme version of the fringe independent state legislature theory in pursuit of overturning the presidential election results.
If the immediate hours and months after Shelby County v. Holder (2013) brought a litany of suppressive measures, what happened in the decade since? In North Carolina, Republicans have spent the last 10 years making it harder to vote.
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