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Jul 24, 2023

Alabama redistricting fight shifts back to federal court

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The fight over Alabama's congressional map is shifting back to federal court after Republican lawmakers declined to create a second majority-Black congressional district. Lawmakers adopted new lines after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a finding that the previous map likely violated the federal Voting Rights Act. The new plans boosts the percentage of Black voters in a con[...]

May 3, 2023

Judge mulls whether voting machine case should go to trial

ATLANTA (AP) — Critics of Georgia’s voting machines say they are unconstitutional and should be scrapped in favor of hand-marked paper ballots. State election officials dismiss their concerns as unfounded and argue that the state’s voting system is safe and secure. The arguments are at the center of a long-running lawsuit challenging the Dominion Voting […]

Apr 27, 2023

Fox to hand over documents for 2nd voting machine lawsuit

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News agreed Wednesday to hand over thousands of documents to voting machine company Smartmatic, which is suing the network for defamation in a case similar to Dominion Voting Machines’ just-settled lawsuit. Smartmatic says Fox bears financial responsibility for airing false allegations that the company rigged the 2020 presidential election against […]

Mar 3, 2022

South Carolina voting changes unite Democrats, Republicans

COLUMBIA (AP) — The South Carolina House on Wednesday unanimously approved allowing two weeks of early voting and other smaller changes to state election laws, uniting Democrats and Republicans on issues t hat have been contentious in other states. The 114-0 vote sends the bill to the state Senate. Democrats praised Republicans for listening to […]

Jul 12, 2018

Lawsuit: South Carolina voting system vulnerable to hacking

COLUMBIA (AP) South Carolina election officials are accused in a new lawsuit of failing to keep the state’s voting processes secure. The State newspaper reports the suit, which was filed July 10, says the South Carolina Election Commission has deprived voters of their constitutional right to vote by failing to provide a reliable voting system. The suit […]

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