Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden’s Expected Nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, Has Apparently Decided No Significant Election Law Cases

With news that President Biden is about to nominate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill Justice Breyer’s seat on the Supreme Court at the end of this term, I took a look at Adam Feldman’s very useful database of Judge Jackson’s decisions while on lower courts.

Based on my look at the search terms “election” and “vote/voting”, it appears that Judge Jackson has decided two pro se cases (that is, cases brought without legal representation). The claims appeared frivolous and they don’t tell us anything about Judge Jackson’s views on election law. Here are the two cases

Schweigert v. United States Elections

Salinas v. Federal Election Commission

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