Today, the Democratic Party of Virginia (DPVA) sued the U.S. Postal Service over its failure to process and deliver election-related mail in a timely manner, potentially leading to the disenfranchisement of Virginians seeking to cast absentee ballots for the upcoming statewide election on Nov. 2.
Redistricting in Texas is still under control of the Legislature, giving the Texas GOP a free hand to enact a redistricting plan that protects Republican incumbents and dilutes the voting power of minority voters.
Earlier this week, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to Florida’s requirement that individuals with a former felony conviction must pay all financial obligations related to their sentence before they regain the right to vote.
On Tuesday, a three-judge panel in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois issued an order that will determine the future of how the state’s House and Senate districts are drawn.
Today, six Oregon voters, including former Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins (D), filed a petition to intervene in a case brought by Republicans earlier this week challenging Oregon’s newly-passed congressional map.
On Friday, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of Florida voters against Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for his failure to call three special elections to fill vacancies in three majority-Black legislative districts.
Today, the South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP and a voter sued the state over its current congressional and legislative maps, arguing that the districts are malapportioned after the release of 2020 census data.
Today, the Montana Democratic Party, Montanans for Tester and a Montana voter filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging one of Montana’s newly-enacted voter suppression laws, Senate Bill 319, that the parties allege targets college-age voters.
On Monday, a lawsuit was filed in Oregon state court on behalf of four Republicans, all former elected officials in the state, challenging the state’s newly-passed congressional map.
Today, a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida allowed four cases challenging provisions of Florida’s newly-passed voter suppression law, Senate Bill 90, to move forward.
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