Court Cases

Learn about the legal efforts shaping the fight to protect voting rights. Use the filters to find out what cases are happening in your state or use the drop-down menu to sort cases by topic.

State of Maryland

Maryland Mail-in Ballot Counting

In Re: Petition For Emergency Remedy by the Maryland State Board of Elections

Lawsuit filed by Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) on behalf of the Maryland State Board of Elections seeking emergency relief to allow all local boards of canvassers to “meet and to open envelopes, canvass, and tabulate mail-in ballots no earlier than 8:00 a.m. on October 1, 2022.”



State of Minnesota

Minnesota Felony Disenfranchisement Challenge

Schroeder v. Simon

Lawsuit filed on behalf of four individuals with prior felony convictions challenging provisions of Minnesota law that restore the right to vote to individuals with former felony convictions “only upon discharge.”



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