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Florida enacted a law severely curtailing the ability of civic organizations to conduct voter registration activities. CLC serves as counsel to the League of Women Voters of Florida Education Fund in a case challenging the constitutionality of that law.

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Campaign Legal Center Action is representing Voters’ Right to Know, the political action committee that wrote and campaigned for Arizona’s Proposition 211, which requires major campaign spenders to disclose the true sources of money behind campaign media spending.

CLC Action is helping to defend the law in federal court.

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CLC represents Voice of the Experienced, Power Coalition for Equity and Justice, the League of Women Voters of Louisiana and their members with past convictions who are seeking to register to vote after their rights were restored. 

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Featured Cases
Enforcing Campaign Finance Laws: Giffords v. FEC
NRA Executives with President Donald Trump

Campaign Legal Center Action (CLCA), on behalf of the gun safety organization Giffords, filed suit against the National Rifle Association (NRA) and two political campaigns for violating federal campaign finance laws. This suit follows the FEC's failure to comply with a court order to take action on the allegations against the NRA.

Defending Independent Redistricting: Daunt v. Benson
Protesters hold signs for fair maps at the U.S. Supreme Court

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.

VoteAmerica v. Raffensperger
A woman with her back to the camera holds a sign which says "Voting access for ALL", while standing with others in front of a large mural of John Lewis.

In 2021, Georgia passed a new elections law that severely limits the ability of third parties to provide voters with assistance requesting, obtaining and submitting absentee ballot applications. CLC represents several organizations who distribute absentee ballot applications in challenging this burdensome and unnecessary law.

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