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This article was originally published in St. Louis Public Radio. The election omnibus bill that Missouri lawmakers passed this year was originally a seven-page attempt to again implement a photo ID…
Discriminatory measures passed by the Missouri House Thursday target voters of color, sabotage elections and prevent Missourians from having their voices heard at the ballot box
Republicans take the teeth out of redistricting initiative and divide communities of interest.
The state’s highest court heard arguments on Tuesday on whether to uphold earlier rulings that voided maps drawn by Democrats as illegal gerrymanders.
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis asked the Legislature to create an office within the executive branch that would have the power to investigate and enforce election related crimes.
A federal judge has declined to issue a temporary restraining order after finding no imminent threat from a group who allegedly interrogated and intimidated Colorado voters at their homes, including…
In an exceedingly rare federal ruling striking down restrictions on voting that the GOP-dominated Florida Legislature approved last year, the state has effectively been placed on probation.
Here’s what you should know about Senate Bill 90 before the upcoming Florida election cycle (News Clips)
Senate Bill 90 passed in the Florida Senate and was signed by Governor DeSantis last May. Its provisions amend the state election laws to, according to the Florida Senate’s website, “improve election…
For the fourth time, the Ohio Redistricting Commission stared down a deadline Monday to approve Statehouse district maps that meet court scrutiny. But Monday evening they were still working toward…
Voting activist says decision to drop challenge to Ohio congressional map for 2022 is "painful" (News Clips)
While other groups say they'll continue to fight, the executive director of the League of Women Voters says there isn't enough time in this year's election calendar to win.