A federal appeals court has rejected a Democratic party claim that Arizona’s voting laws suppress minority voting and upheld two state laws that limit how
Arizona criminalized one of the most popular and effective methods for minority voters to cast ballots and the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused
The constitutionality of Arizona’s controversial 2016 law that makes it a felony for people to collect the ballots of other voters and bring them to
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals told Kansas, Alabama and Georgia Monday that the states cannot require proof of citizenship as an addition to the
Arizona’s Green Party lost its constitutional challenge Friday to the state’s180-day signature-gathering deadline to qualify for the primary ballot. The three-judge panel of the 9th U.S.
Hawaii’s open primary system does not violate the constitutional association rights of the Democratic Party, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. Since 1979, the Hawaii