Court Cases

Learn more about the lawsuits shaping voting rights, redistricting and elections by exploring Democracy Docket’s comprehensive database of cases. Click on any case to find a brief summary of the lawsuit and all relevant filings in the “case documents” section.

State of Arkansas

Arkansas Mail-in Ballot Rejections Challenge

League of Women Voters v. Thurston

Lawsuit filed on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Arkansas and Arkansas residents against Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston (R) and members of the Arkansas State Board of Election Commissioners challenging Arkansas laws governing the rejection of mail-in ballots.



State of New York

New York Early Mail Voter Act Challenge

Stefanik v. Hochul

Lawsuit filed on behalf of the Republican National Committee (RNC), National Republican Congressional Committee, New York Republican State Committee, Conservative Party of New York and other Republicans challenging the Early Mail Voter Act, New York’s new mail-in voting law.


State of Texas

Texas Mail-in Voting Limitations Challenge

Texas Democratic Party v. Abbott

Lawsuit brought by the Texas Democratic Party and voters challenging portions of the Texas Election Code that impose limitations on qualifications for voters who wish to cast no-excuse mail-in ballots.



State of Indiana

Indiana Mail-in Voting Restrictions Challenge

Tully v. Okeson

Lawsuit filed on behalf of Indiana Vote By Mail (Indiana VBM) and Indiana voters under 65 who were eligible and qualified to vote in the November  2020 general election, but were not entitled to vote using a mail-in ballot under state law.



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