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In a blow to Georgia voters and the civic engagement groups who support them, a district court today ruled to keep burdensome restrictions on the distribution of absentee ballot applications in place pending further developments.
In his statement, CLC's Mark Gaber discussed how the Supreme Court's decision to take up Moore v. Harper could shield state legislatures from being checked by state courts in matters of voting laws, paving the way for bad faith politicians to manipulate election maps and laws to suit their political interests.
The complaint alleges that mystery donors used a shell company called “Snow Goose, LLC” to secretly provide $50,000 to Wyoming Values, a super PAC whose spending has exclusively targeted the Republican primary for Wyoming’s sole House of Representatives District.
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