- Jun 19, 2017
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court took another step toward safeguarding the fundamental right of all Americans to have their vote count by announcing it would hear oral arguments in Gill v. Whitford, a case challenging Wisconsin’s State Assembly districts as an extreme partisan gerrymander.
- Jun 12, 2017
In order to properly regulate the state’s public utilities—and to retain the public trust—the Arizona Corporation Commission needs to ensure that its elections are transparent.
- Jun 8, 2017
The Great America PAC - a group attacking former FBI Director James Comey - example shows how dark money nonprofits—like Great America Alliance—can be used to hide foreign money in U.S. elections.
- May 30, 2017
Today, the Campaign Legal Center welcomes five new members to our team for the summer: our 2017 class of summer law interns. The summer interns are current law students who will work with CLC's full time staff to help advance our work, including pushing for the enforcement of campaign finance laws, and against felon disenfranchisement and partisan gerrymandering.
New Reports from Wisconsin Confirm the Harmful and Discriminatory Impact of Strict Voter Photo ID LawsMay 24, 2017
Wisconsin legislators failed to keep their promise that “not a single voter in the state [would be] disenfranchised by the ID law.” Reporters have collected many personal stories from 2016 eligible would-be voters who struggled to meet the new requirements and therefore were turned away from the polls.
- May 24, 2017
Seventy percent of Missouri voters in last November’s general election approved the Missouri Campaign Contribution Reform Initiative, a state constitutional amendment now being challenged in district court.