Today, in a major victory for Pennsylvania voters, a federal court ruled that Pennsylvania counties must count mail-in ballots that are missing or have an incorrect date on the outer envelope.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is holding oral argument in a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s Assembly and Senate maps. The petitioners — a group of Wisconsin voters — argue that the legislative districts are extreme partisan gerrymanders in violation of multiple provisions of the state constitution.
Black voters today filed a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s new state Senate districts that were enacted last month by the Republican-controlled Legislature.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) signed legislation last week that sets minimum language standards for proposed constitutional amendments.
In a catastrophic 2-1 ruling, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that private litigants can no longer bring lawsuits under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA).
A federal judge ruled today that North Dakota’s legislative districts violate Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act by diluting Native American voting strength.
Yesterday, pro-voting groups asked the U.S. Supreme Court to lift the 5th Circuit’s pause of a decision ordering Galveston County, Texas to redraw its commissioners court districts.
A Republican-backed group in Nevada has kicked off a process to place a constitutional amendment on the 2024 ballot that would implement restrictive ID requirements for in-person and mail-in voting.
Trial begins today in a state-level lawsuit out of Missouri that challenges the state’s recently enacted strict photo ID voting requirement.
A report from last fall highlights how ID requirements, often which are unnecessary, create serious burdens in everyday life — especially for minority communities.