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Everything you need to know about Voting rights and then some!

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See how your legislators voted on Voting Rights legislation >>

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How does your State's Democracy Rate?

Rating is based on 6 key areas: Voter Registration, Voting in Person, Election security, Representation & participation,  Voting by Mail, and Independence & Integrity

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2022 was a banner year with state lawmakers have focusing on enacting election interference legislation.  The trend continues in 2023.  As we approach 2024 it is important to know what current state legislators are doing to restrict voter access. 
                         

                           

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Learn more about a fringe legal theory that could re-map voting districts in your state.

UPDATE Read how the Supreme Court ruled on Independent State Legislator Theory 

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States with active Gerrymandering Cases in the Courts

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Note Republican controlled state legislatures have the majority of court cases contesting congressional voting districts

Party in control of State Houses

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