A Minnesota judge on Wednesday dismissed a right-wing lawsuit seeking to invalidate legislation that restores voting rights to over 55,000 Minnesotans.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will not rehear a case that could have drastically impacted redistricting and precedent under the Voting Rights Act.
The Kentucky Supreme Court today upheld the state’s congressional and state House districts, concluding that while both sets of maps are partisan gerrymanders, neither one violates the Kentucky Constitution.
Last week, a group of Texas voters filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on the state’s age-based restrictions on mail-in voting.
Today, in a 4-3 decision, New York’s highest court ruled that the state’s Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) must redraw the state’s congressional map before the 2024 elections.
Special counsel and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Smith asked the U.S. Supreme Court this afternoon for clarity on whether former President Donald Trump can be prosecuted for his election subversion attempts following the 2020 election.
Last week, Republican attorneys general from Alabama and 12 other states submitted an amicus brief further escalating Republicans’ ongoing attack on the Voting Rights Act.
The U.S. Department of Justice is getting involved in a lawsuit challenging Louisiana’s legislative districts.
Today, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 11-6 to pause a lower court order that required Galveston County, Texas to implement commissioners courts districts that comply with the Voting Rights Act.
Today, the Prisoners for Legal Advocacy Network (PLAN) filed a lawsuit challenging Delaware’s failure to provide eligible incarcerated voters with a way to cast their ballots.