University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Nemes v. Bensinger"
Date Sep 1, 2020
Author COVID-Related Election Litigation Tracker
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Abstract After Kentucky legislators gave election officials greater flexibility to change the state’s voting laws, the election officials (Board of Elections, Governor, Secretary of State) submitted plans to curtail in-person voting, including having one polling location in the state’s largest counties. Two of these counties have 60% of the state’s Black voters. This class action complaint, filed by Republican state representatives and voters, seeks inductive and declaratory relief in the form of expanded in-person voting precincts.
Source Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project

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