During its special session on Monday, the Texas state Senate released its proposed U.S. congressional map, a week after issuing its state Senate map.
On Thursday, the Texas secretary of state’s office announced that it would conduct “a full and comprehensive forensic audit” for the 2020 election in four of the state’s largest counties.
On Saturday, the Texas Senate released the first draft of its district maps ahead of a 30-day special session.
Another lawsuit was filed today challenging Texas’ newly enacted voter suppression law Senate Bill 1.
Less than an hour after Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed voter suppression bill Senate Bill 1 into law, a lawsuit was filed by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, The Arc and more on behalf of multiple groups.
Minutes after Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed voter suppression bill Senate Bill 1 into law on Tuesday, voting and civil rights groups sued to challenge the bill’s most disenfranchising provisions.
During a press conference on Tuesday morning, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed Senate Bill 1 into law.
Texas state senators and Tejano Democrats filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the state’s legislative districts and upcoming reapportionment plans.
Republicans in the Texas House of Representatives and the state Senate voted for the final time to pass Senate Bill 1, the omnibus voter suppression bill that has been the focus of national attention all summer.
In a Friday vote that fell mostly along party lines, Texas Republicans advanced their voter suppression bill, Senate Bill 1, through the Texas House of Representatives.