Yesterday, the Minnesota Alliance for Retired Americans, a nonprofit organization of retired trade union members, and two voters filed a lawsuit challenging Minnesota’s absentee ballot witness requirement.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature today passed legislative maps identical to those submitted by Gov. Tony Evers (D) in a bid to avoid a court-led redraw, rushing a process that Democrats labeled “shady political schemes.”
Republicans in the Georgia Legislature are pushing a spate of bills that would greatly alter how ballots are counted in the Peach State.
On Friday, a conservative group filed the third lawsuit to challenge Arizona’s 2023 Election Procedures Manual (EPM).
U.S. citizens who live in a foreign country can vote in federal elections, but former Hawaii residents who live in Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands or American Samoa cannot. A lawsuit challenging this reality will be heard by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today.
Today, the Republican National Committee and Arizona Republicans filed a new lawsuit challenging Arizona’s 2023 Election Procedures Manual (EPM), as Republicans continue their attack on election procedures in the state.
Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate signaled that they might adopt legislative maps drawn by the state’s Democratic Governor Tony Evers, which would greatly reduce the GOP’s legislative majority.
Yesterday, the Arizona Legislature, on bipartisan lines, overwhelmingly passed an urgently needed bill that would move the primary date up by a week and give counties a longer period to tally votes in order to ensure the state’s electoral votes are counted and that overseas and military voters could receive their ballots on time.
Last night, a federal judge struck down Louisiana’s state House and Senate maps for violating Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
Long Island voters have filed a New York Voting Rights Act challenge to the Nassau County Legislature’s map, marking the second lawsuit brought under the new state-level voting rights act.