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Campaign Legal Center (CLC) is fighting to require states that use signature match policies to examine mail-in or absentee ballots also have “notice and cure” procedures so that voters’ ballots aren’t rejected due to perceived penmanship issues. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, this issue has gained urgency as more voters choose to use mail-in ballots.

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The city of Virginia Beach has used an at-large voting system to elect members to the City Council since 1966. The lawsuit asks the court to change the City’s election system to district-based or ranked choice voting, which would allow minorities to elect their candidates of choice to the City Council.

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Campaign Legal Center Action (CLCA) sued Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over his last-minute order prohibiting counties from providing more than one location where voters can drop off their mail-in ballots in the lead up to Election Day 2020.

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