On Tuesday, Sept. 26, a federal trial begins in the contentious legal fight over Florida’s 5th Congressional District.
On Thursday, Sept. 21, the Mississippi Supreme Court struck down a portion of House Bill 1020, a recently enacted Mississippi law that targets Jackson’s majority-Black population.
On Thursday, Sept. 21 a Delaware County, Pennsylvania judge ruled that three voters’ provisional ballots must be included in the vote tally for Pennsylvania’s May 16, 2023 municipal primary election.
There is ongoing litigation concerning the improvement of rights restoration and dismantling of felony disenfranchisement in five states. Currently, there are an estimated 4.6 million people prevented from participating in the electoral process.
On Wednesday, Sept. 20, the Republican National Committee (RNC), the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), Republican members of New York’s congressional delegation, other GOP officials and voters filed a lawsuit challenging New York’s recently enacted New York Early Mail Voter Act.
On Tuesday, Sept. 19, the Ohio Supreme Court ordered the Ohio Ballot Board to partially rewrite the ballot language for the citizen-led abortion rights amendment.
On Tuesday, Sept. 19, the New York Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court, declined to unpause a decision that required the New York Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) to reconvene and draw a new congressional map.
A case from 2016, Pico Neighborhood Association v. Santa Monica, is putting the California Voting Rights Act to work.
Wisconsin Attorney General Files Lawsuit Challenging State Senate’s Vote To Remove Top Election Official
On Thursday, Sept. 14, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul (D) filed a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin Senate Republicans’ recent vote to remove Meagan Wolfe from her role as administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
On Thursday, Sept. 14, a federal judge struck down key provisions of an Arizona voter suppression law, House Bill 2492.