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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit denied Tennessee's motion to stay the district court's injunction allowing first-time voters who registered to vote by mail or online to vote absentee this election, if otherwise eligible.
A federal district court granted a temporary restraining order that prohibits Georgia election officials from rejecting absentee ballot applications and ballots due to an alleged signature mismatch without providing the voter with an opportunity to explain the alleged mismatch in enough time for the ballot to count in this election.
Texas District Court judge grants motion enjoining Texas from limiting the number of absentee drop-off sites to one per county.
CLC, the ACLU, and the ACLU of Arizona sent a letter on behalf of a coalition of Arizona groups: League of United Latin American Citizens-Arizona, Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation, League of Women Voters-Arizona, and All Voting is Local-Arizona. Today, the groups sent a follow-up letter advising Arizona officials of yesterday’s Georgia ruling and demanding a solution.
Exact-Match Verification Scheme has Prevented Tens of Thousands of Eligible Georgians from Registering to Vote, the Majority of Whom are African-American, Latino, and Asian American Citizens
WASHINGTON – The Campaign Legal Center (CLC), filed suit today on behalf of the Georgia State Conference...