Arizona’s top court discarded hundreds of thousands of voter signatures — without explanation — to sink a ballot measure that would expand voting rights and protect future elections.
This year, Republicans are changing their playbook, proactively filing more anti-voting lawsuits than recent years.
Next term, the six conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court could gut what remains of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Over the past decade, the conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court has perpetrated a multifaceted attack on American democracy.
Given the U.S. Supreme Court’s interest in the independent state legislature theory, its partisan implications are well worth investigating.
We deserve a forward-thinking judiciary filled with movement lawyers who want to see progress for our nation.
Republican leaders of the anti-voting movement recently held a “gourmet dinner” at an “undisclosed location” to discuss my voting rights litigation.
The last two elections have seen numerous attempts to limit one of the main lifelines of elections in Native American communities: ballot collection.
If Congress wants a bill worth passing, it needs to solve the problem of election-denying governors who refuse to accurately certify election results. If Republicans won’t agree to that, then perhaps it was a trap all along.
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