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Cases & Actions

Cases & Actions

Recent Cases & Actions

CLC is challenging Pennsylvania’s policy of rejecting mail-in ballots under an error-prone signature verification process without first informing voters there is a problem with their ballot or giving them an opportunity to fix it and have their vote count.

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CLC is suing to challenge Rhode Island’s witness/notary requirement for voting by mail, which is a heavy burden on voters that fear contracting COVID-19 during 2020 elections.

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CLC is suing to challenge Tennessee’s policy reversal regarding voting rights for Tennesseans who have been convicted of felonies in other states.

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Current Litigation
Featured Cases
Fighting a Modern Poll Tax: Raysor et al. v. Laurel Lee
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In 2018, Florida voters restored the right to vote to individuals with felony convictions. The legislature then enacted a law conditioning rights restoration on payment of restitution, fines and fees, tying the right to vote to a person's wealth. CLC represents hundreds of thousands of Floridians who are seeking to participate in the 2020 election.

Enforcing Campaign Finance Laws: CLC v. FEC
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This case is a lawsuit over the FEC’s delay in enforcing federal campaign finance law against GEO Group, one of America’s largest private prison companies, which illegally made $225,000 in contributions to a super PAC supporting then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016. By filing this suit, CLC is hoping to compel the FEC to act on our FEC complaint, which alleges that the contributions — made through a wholly-owned subsidiary, GEO Corrections Holdings, Inc. — violated the ban on federal contractors giving money in federal elections. 

Defending Independent Redistricting: Daunt v. Benson
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Michigan voters approved a constitutional amendment to create an independent redistricting commission to redraw the state’s voting districts. A group of plaintiffs sued to block its implementation. CLC serves as co-counsel for Voters Not Politicians, a nonpartisan, citizen-led organization that worked to pass the constitutional amendment.

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