Supreme Court Rules That Arizona’s New Voting Laws Aren’t Racist

The U.S. Supreme Court this morning, in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committeeupheld two voting laws in Arizona that are widely used in many states: (1) an “out-of-precinct rule” that bans counting provisional ballots if they are cast in person in the wrong precinct, and (2) a ban on “ballot harvesting” that permits only certain persons — i.e., family and household members, caregivers, mail carriers, and elections officials — to handle another person’s completed mail-in ballot. The Court’s decision, in an opinion by Justice Samuel Alito, divided 6–3 along ideological lines. This is a big one.

Big win for voting integrity and a huge for loss for that ridiculous lawsuit AG Merrick Garland just filed against the state of Georgia.

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