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A federal court in Kansas enjoined the state’s new restrictions on voter advocacy organizations’ speech seeking to encourage and assist Kansans to vote by mail.
Through a 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) received 734 pages of documents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) about their involvement with the failed Pence-Kobach Commission on alleged voter fraud. These documents reveal, as expected, that there have been almost zero prosecutions of noncitizens for voting (pages 33-34), and they also reveal that, despite Kris Kobach’s claims to the contrary, ICE did not agree to and did not take on the work of the defunct commission (page 412).
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) commissioned a national poll on the desire among voters for ethics reform in Congress, which was conducted by AGL Research, a Democratic firm, and GS Strategy Group, a Republican firm. The poll found that there was overwhelming support for reforming our ethics laws to hold members of Congress accountable for ethics violations, and that despite deep cynicism about the ethics of politicians, voters across partisan lines believe that stronger ethics laws can make elected officials act more ethically.
The Colorado Supreme Court issued a decision approving the independent redistricting commission’s congressional redistricting plans, over objections of CLC’s client LULAC, and others, that the plan dilutes the electoral influence of Latino voters.
On Oct. 28, 2021, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) sent a letter on behalf of the Grand Caillou/Dulac Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw and Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe who were devastated by Hurricane Ida to urge Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin to take measures to ensure that Louisiana tribal communities can vote in the Nov. 13, 2021 and Dec. 13, 2021 elections.