Mar 28, 2024
District Court Allows South Carolina's Racially Gerrymandered Congressional Map to Remain in Place for 2024 Election Cycle
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A three-judge district court issued an order allowing South Carolina’s racially gerrymandered congressional map to remain in place for 2024 elections. This...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Mar 27, 2024
Voting Rights Groups Respond to Federal Court Decision Allowing Pa. Counties to Reject Some Mail Ballots
Ballots With Incorrect or Missing Handwritten Date on Outer Envelope can be Rejected Under Today’s Ruling
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Mar 27, 2024
Montana Supreme Court Strikes Down Voting Laws Intended to Disenfranchise Indigenous Voters
HELENA, Mont. — The Montana Supreme Court today ruled in favor of a collection of Native American organizations and tribes, holding that two state laws that hinder Native America...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Mar 01, 2024
Victory in Challenge Against Florida’s Anti-Voter Law
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — In a significant legal victory, a federal district court has issued summary judgment in favor of voting and immigrants’ rights advocates challenging Florida...
Feb 20, 2024
ACLU of Kansas warns state legislators considering bills attacking Kansans’ right to vote
TOPEKA, KAN. – As state lawmakers consider multiple election-related bills, the ACLU of Kansas is warning against each bill’s negative impact on Kansas voters, but also against...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
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