SCOTUS, Without Asking for Response from Republicans, Rejects Attempt to Revive Trump Voter Intimidation Decree; J. Ginsburg Weighs In {Corrected]

Chris Geidner: On Monday afternoon, the Supreme Court denied Democrats’ request to reinstate a trial court order barring the presidential campaigns and others from several activities views by the lower court as voter intimidation tactics. A federal appeals court had … Continue reading

Share

“Amicus: Intimidation Nation — Lawyers challenging punitive voting restrictions in Ohio are making an eleventh hour appeal to the Supreme Court.”

Dahlia Lithwick podcast: In the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in Shelby County v. Holder, many states made changes to their voting laws that may disproportionately harm minorities. This week, lawyers in Ohio filed an emergency motion with … Continue reading

Share

Ohio Homeless Advocates File Emergency #SCOTUS Petition on OH Absentee/Provisional Voting Rules

You can find the petition here. From the petition: The Sixth Circuit’s decision left in place only the prohibition on requiring full and accurate completion of two fields (address and birthdate) on the absentee ID envelope. It disregarded the identical issues … Continue reading

Share