Court Decision Leaves Thousands of Georgia Voters Vulnerable to Disenfranchisement

Today, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Christopher S. Brasher issued an order denying any relief in a lawsuit brought by Third Sector Development, the parent organization of the nonpartisan New Georgia Project.  Read More »

Lawyers' Committee to Host Call on Tuesday, Oct. 28 7PM EST: How To Cast a Ballot That Counts

Lawyers' Committee to share key information on how to PROTECT your right to vote. Read More »

Supreme Court Allows Discriminatory ID Law to Stand: New Voting Rights Act needed

The U.S. Supreme Court today responded to an emergency appeal and upheld a Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling allowing Texas’ restrictive photo ID law to remain intact for elections in November... Read More »

Satellite Early Voting Office to Open in Wanblee, South Dakota, After Civil Rights Complaint

Jackson County agrees to open a satellite office to avoid hearing on plaintiffs' motion for preliminary injunction Read More »

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