In a massive win for reproductive rights, voters in Republican-leaning Ohio overcame Republican obstruction and overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that will enshrine reproductive rights in the state constitution.
In one of the most expensive judicial elections Pennsylvania has seen, Judge Dan McCaffery (D) won the race for the open seat on the state Supreme Court, giving Democrats a 5-2 majority.
Today, the Washington State Alliance for Retired Americans filed a federal lawsuit challenging a state law that requires prospective voters to reside in the state for 30 days prior to Election Day.
Yesterday, in anticipation of Election Day, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced its plans to monitor voting activities in four states and address accessibility violations in Texas.
Federal Court Rejects GOP Lawsuit Aimed At Eliminating North Dakota Tribal Nation Legislative Districts
Last Thursday, a three-judge panel rejected a federal lawsuit brought by local Republican Party officials challenging some of North Dakota’s legislative districts.
On Friday, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) intervened in three redistricting cases in Georgia challenging the state’s legislative and congressional maps under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA).
This week, a New Hampshire judge dismissed a consolidated lawsuit challenging a 2022 voter suppression law that imposed new burdens on voters who register on Election Day.
After a federal court struck down Georgia’s legislative and congressional maps last week, yesterday, a judge paused a separate case challenging the state’s maps.
Yesterday, a state appeals court in Missouri unanimously ruled against titles for six reproductive rights ballot proposals written by Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft (R), determining they were “replete with politically partisan language.”
Today, trial begins in Agee v. Benson, a federal lawsuit brought by Black voters who are challenging Michigan’s state House and state Senate maps under the Voting Rights Act and U.S. Constitution.