CLAY, Circuit Judge. The A. Philip Randolph Institute (“APRI”), the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (“NEOCH”), and Larry Harmon (collectively “Plaintiffs”) filed suit seeking to enjoin the defendant, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (“the Secretary”), from removing the names of...
Complaint Against Ohio Secretary of State Concerning Removal of Eligible Voters from the State of Ohio’s Voter-Registration Roll
Plaintiffs, by and through their undersigned counsel, for their complaint against Defendant, allege as follows: 1. This action concerns the widespread and ongoing removal of eligible voters from the State of Ohio’s voter-registration rolls, as a result of those voters’ decisions not to participate...
Motion for Summary Judgement and Permanent Injunction Concerning Removal of Eligible Voters from the State of Ohio’s Voter-Registration Roll
I. Introduction National Council of La Raza, Las Vegas Branch of the NAACP (BRANCH 1111), and Reno- Sparks Branch of the NAACP (BRANCH 1112) (collectively, “Plaintiffs”), through their undersigned counsel, filed a Complaint in this action on June 11, 2012 alleging violations of...
Dear Secretary Cegavske: We write on behalf of Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, Eleanor Newell, and other persons similarly situated to notify you that the State of Nevada is not in compliance with Section 5 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (“NVRA”). 52 U.S.C. § 20504....
Dear Secretary Husted: We write on behalf of the Ohio A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI), persons registered to vote in Ohio whose interests APRI represents, and other Ohio voters who have been or may be purged from Ohio’s list of eligible voters pursuant to the “Supplemental Process” outlined in...
Dear Judge Torres: On behalf of Plaintiffs in the above-captioned matter, we write in connection with the second status report (Report) of the Independent Monitor filed with the Court on February 16, 2016. See Dkt # 523. The report contains the status of reforms and it does not provide the...
Dear Judge Torres: We write in connection with the Monitor's submission earlier today of revised Patrol Guide Section 212-11 ("PG 212-11") for this Court's review and approval. While Plaintiffs do not object to PG 212-11 as far as it goes, we reserve Plaintiffs' right to develop...
Plaintiffs, by and through their undersigned counsel, for their complaint against Defendants, allege as follows: 1. This action concerns the widespread and ongoing failure of the defendant officials of the State of North Carolina to...
Amici long have been concerned with the injustices that flow from the manner in which the Census Bureau currently tabulates incarcerated persons in the U.S. Census, and the resulting impact on redistricting – problems that have come to be known as “prison gerrymandering.” Although the case...