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.
The central question looming over the 2024 presidential election is whether or not former President Donald Trump should, legally, be allowed on ballots across the country.
Last week, two Republican members of the Pennsylvania House filed a new lawsuit challenging absentee voting procedures in the state.
Despite objections from Democratic lawmakers, former President Donald Trump can remain on the New York primary ballot, the state’s Board of Elections declared yesterday.
Yesterday, former Trump advisor Stephen Miller’s right-wing legal group, America First Legal Foundation, filed a lawsuit against Maricopa County, Arizona challenging a host of election procedures.
The Mississippi Libertarian Party yesterday filed a federal lawsuit challenging Mississippi’s mail-in ballot receipt deadline.
The Republican majority in the Wisconsin Legislature introduced a bill last Thursday that would add new requirements in order for absentee ballots to be counted.
Former President Donald Trump Is Not Immune From Prosecution in Election Subversion Case, D.C. Circuit Rules
In a unanimous opinion issued this morning, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit affirmed that former President Donald Trump is not absolutely immune from criminal prosecution .
The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission has released a slate of draft maps for the Michigan House after being ordered to do so by a federal three-judge panel.
Last week, a federal court rejected the Colorado Republican Party’s attempt to nullify a ballot initiative that allows unaffiliated voters to participate in the 2024 Republican primary in Colorado.