If it is close enough, the outcome of redistricting litigation may be decisive in who holds the speaker’s gavel on Jan. 3, 2025.
State courts across the country stepped up to protect voters and the integrity of our electoral system. But now those courts are under attack.
North Carolina’s Republican-controlled Legislature has never been shy about abusing its power to undermine free and fair elections.
A new report by Democracy Docket shows that much of the conventional wisdom about voting and election litigation was wrong.
If you have not heard of the independent state legislature theory, congratulations. You lead a happier life than I do.
Proponents of the ISL theory will likely be disappointed by today’s argument. For voting rights advocates, the devil will be in the details of any opinion, but it feels like we dodged a bullet.
As we wait for the U.S. Supreme Court argument on Wednesday in Moore v. Harper, here are the five things I’m watching.
Many people celebrated that election denialism was on the wane. But, then counties in Arizona and Pennsylvania said: Not so fast.
At stake were the rights of over 70,000 Georgia voters in 27 counties who would not have been able to cast their ballots on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
If democracy prevails for another two years, it will be because of days like Nov. 3, 2022.
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