In an unsigned order issued today, the U.S. Supreme Court scheduled oral argument for April 2024 to resolve the question of whether former President Donald Trump is absolutely immune from criminal prosecution for his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
The U.S. Department of Justice is getting involved in a lawsuit challenging Georgia’s deadline for absentee ballot applications under the Voting Rights Act (VRA).
Earlier today, a group of New Jersey Democratic congressional candidates filed a federal lawsuit challenging the primary election ballot design utilized by 19 out of the state’s 21 counties.
Stephen Miller’s right wing legal group has filed a new lawsuit in Yavapai County, Arizona that is nearly identical to a previous lawsuit the group filed and withdrew in Maricopa County earlier this month.
The Delaware Superior Court last Friday granted a request from Republican State Sen. Gerald Hocker and an elections inspector seeking to strike down a duo of pro-voting laws.
Today, a mere 16 days after its lawsuit was filed, former Trump advisor Stephen Miller’s right-wing legal group voluntarily dismissed its lawsuit challenging Maricopa County’s election procedures.
The U.S. Supreme Court this morning issued orders in a duo of federal lawsuits concerning Washington state’s legislative map.
Today, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in a critical lawsuit that could potentially impact thousands of voters who vote by mail in Pennsylvania.
Today, New York’s Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) voted to pass a new congressional map after the state’s highest court ordered the IRC to draw a new congressional map for 2024.
A federal judge yesterday upheld a provision of Florida’s 2023 omnibus anti-voting law that prohibits people with certain felony convictions from “collecting or handling” voter registration applications.
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