Today, the U.S. Supreme Court granted an emergency application from Louisiana Republicans seeking to reinstate its congressional map for the 2022 election cycle, putting the previously blocked map in place for the 2022 elections.
Yesterday, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to reinstate Louisiana’s new congressional map while an appeal is being litigated.
Today, a federal judge temporarily blocked Louisiana’s congressional map for the 2022 election cycle, a win for the state’s Black voters.
Today, a group of voters and civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against Louisiana’s new congressional map.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a group of Black voters against Louisiana’s new congressional map.
On Monday, March 14, a federal lawsuit was filed against Louisiana’s new legislative maps.
Late last night, a lawsuit was filed in state court over Louisiana’s failure to enact a new congressional map following the release of 2020 census data.
A Louisiana state court recently denied an attempt to dismiss a case challenging the state’s current congressional map following the release of 2020 census data.
On Wednesday, Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin (R) announced that the state’s fall elections will be pushed back by one month in light of Hurricane Ida.
Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) signed House Bill 286 into law, which expands early voting for presidential elections in the state.
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