Three federal judges ruled that Ron DeSantis and the Florida legislature didn't redistrict the state's congressional map for a "racially discriminatory purpose."

Thousands of Alabama voters got wrong polling information.


Louisiana is following Alabama's lead.

U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath is seeking election in a new Congressional district after a federal judge upheld Georgia's Republican-led redistricting plan intended to create more Black voting districts.

Civil rights leaders ripped a federal appeals court decision that undermines legal precedent set by the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and will disproportionately affect Black and brown voters.


Ohio must end gerrymandering by empowering citizens to draw legislative districts using an open and transparent process, writes Tom Roberts, president of the Ohio State Conference of the NAACP.


A judge ordered new congressional districts to give Black voters greater representation.

A federal court approved a new congressional map.

Judges ruled that Alabama legislators failed to re-draw their congressional map to increase Black voting power.


Black voters in Alabama, and across the country, will retain the last remaining voter rights protections, thanks to the Supreme Court ruling.

Black leaders are hailing the Supreme Court ruling upholding voting rights in Alabama as a huge win while also expressing cautious optimism about what comes next.


Securing permanent federal voting protections and expanding local elections accessibility is imperative.