MAJOR PENDING ELECTION CASES

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Major Pending Election Cases has been a project of the Election Law Program at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law since 2004.

It is a valued resource for case summaries, comprehensive court filings, and expert commentary about important election law cases from around the nation.

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For the 2020 Election season, Election Law at Ohio State is honored to partner with SCOTUSblog on the 2020 Election Litigation Tracker to offer timely access to case summaries, filings, and commentary for fast-moving cases that may have the greatest potential make their way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • With its order list on March 1, the U.S. Supreme Court has now dismissed nearly all of the Presidential election cases that were pending. Dismissals a...

  • Only a few Presidential election cases remain pending at the U.S. Supreme Court following the denial of petitions for certiorari in seven cases on Mon...

  • A handful of Presidential election cases remain pending at the U.S. Supreme Court. Most of these cases have been distributed for conference on Feb. 19...

  • A handful of Presidential election cases remain pending at the U.S. Supreme Court, most distributed for conference either on Feb. 19 or Feb. 26. The C...

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