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- Supreme Court Finds Partisan Gerrymandering Claims to be Non-Justiciable Political Questions - June 27, 2019, 4:35 pm
- Supreme Court Dismisses Virginia Redistricting Case for Lack of Standing - June 17, 2019, 5:00 pm
- U.S. District Judge Orders that Individuals Flagged by Georgia Database Can Vote in Midterms - November 2, 2018, 4:00 pm
- Sixth Circuit Orders that Votes of Purged Ohio Voters Will Count in Midterms - October 31, 2018, 3:30 pm
- District Judge Rules in Favor of State in Ohio Voter Registration Case - October 11, 2018, 1:30 pm
- Federal Court Finds Partisan Gerrymandering in North Carolina - August 28, 2018, 8:45 am
- Tokaji - This is why US election ballots routinely go missing - August 9, 2018
- Tokaji - Results in the 12th Congressional District race in flux with narrow margin - August 8, 2018
- Foley - Yes, American democracy is in peril, but don't blame the bots - July 12, 2018
- Foley - Voting rights in Justice Kennedy’s Constitution - July 6, 2018
- Foley - Kennedy’s Retirement Could Threaten Efforts to End Partisan Gerrymandering - June 30, 2018
- Virginia - Virginia House of Delegates v. Bethune-HillIssue: Whether Virginia's 2012 congressional redistricting plan constitutes unconstitutional racial gerrymandering
- Arizona - Mecinas et al v. HobbsIssue: Whether Arizona's ballot design, which features the Republican candidate's name first vertically, is valid under law?
- Georgia - Fair Fight Action v. RaffenspergerIssue: Whether the Secretary of State's office and the state election board systematically blocked minority voters from the polls in the Nov. 6th election.
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