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CLC and co-counsel are suing to ensure that the voting strength of Latino voters is not unlawfully diluted in state legislative elections in Washington’s Yakima Valley and Pasco region, that this community can remain together and that Latino voters have an equal opportunity to elect candidates of...
Campaign Legal Center (CLC), the UCLA Voting Rights Project and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) filed a complaint in federal court alleging that the proposed state legislative map drawn by the Washington State Redistricting Commission violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act by cracking Latino voters in the Yakima Valley area and not providing Latino voters with an equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) and the UCLA Voting Rights Project (UCLA VRP) filed a supplemental complaint to an ongoing lawsuit alleging that Galveston County continues to discriminate against and dilute the voting strength of Black and Latino voters in denying them the opportunity to elect candidates of their choice in countywide offices. This lawsuit dates back to 2013, and CLC and UCLA VRP have joined the lawsuit to challenge the ongoing discrimination in the wake of the 2021 redistricting in the county.
Galveston County, Texas has a long history of diminishing the voting strength of Black and Latino voters in county-wide elections. To enable voters to decide elections’ outcomes, CLC is representing several Galveston County residents to challenge Galveston County’s ongoing discrimination in drawing...
Oral Arguments for Federal Election Commission (FEC) vs. Ted Cruz for Senate will be held on Jan. 19, 2022. Campaign Legal Center (CLC) has filed two amicus briefs in this case, urging the Court to uphold the constitutionality of the challenged law that limits post-election fundraising.