On Tuesday, Sept. 6, a federal court granted a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit challenging Indiana’s law requiring voters with print disabilities who seek to vote with at-home absentee ballots to make an appointment with a “traveling board.”
On Thursday, July 21, two voting rights groups filed an administrative complaint with the Indiana Elections Division regarding Tippecanoe County Board of Elections and Registration’s enforcement of a proof of residency policy.
On March 9, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana issued a preliminary injunction that will expand voting access in the state’s May primaries for voters who are blind or have print disabilities that prevent them from filling out ballots on their own.
Today, the Indiana General Assembly approved the state’s congressional and state legislative maps, which now head to the desk of Gov. Eric Holcomb (R), who is expected to sign them into law.
On Tuesday, the Republican-controlled Indiana state Legislature released the first drafts of the Indiana House and U.S. House maps.
On Monday, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the decision of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana barring a state law that purges Indiana voters from registration rolls without following adequate procedures in violation of federal law.
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