The Brennan Center and co-counsel filed suit in federal court challenging Texas's strict photo voter ID law on behalf of the Texas State Conference of the NAACP and the Mexican American Legislative Caucus of the Texas House of Representatives (MALC).
A group of Wisconsin residents who are Democratic voters challenged Wisconsin’s 2011 state legislative redistricting plan as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander violating the First and Fourteenth Amendments. A three-judge panel ruled in favor of the plaintiffs on November 21, 2016.
In 1982, after caging in predominantly African-American and Latino neighborhoods, the Republican National Committee and New Jersey Republican State Committee entered into a consent decree with their Democratic party counterparts.
In this amicus brief, the Brennan Center urges the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to uphold a district court ruling that the Fourth Amendment prohibits seizure and search of cell site location information without a warrant.
Common Cause, the North Carolina Democratic Party, and a group of North Carolina voters filed a lawsuit, Common Cause v. Rucho, raising partisan gerrymandering allegations over the state’s 2016 remedial congressional map.