The Indiana Supreme Court ruled an effort to consolidate small Lake County precincts to reduce election costs was not unconstitutional, finding it is neither an impermissible special law nor a violation of the separation of powers doctrine.
A police officer faces 13 felony charges in connection with the 2015 primary election in Ohio County.
A federal judge seemed critical of a new Indiana law that prohibits voters from taking photos of their election ballots and sharing the images on social media during a hearing on a lawsuit challenging the law.
Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has started serving his one-year sentence of home detention more than 3½ years after being convicted of perjury and other charges that forced him from office.
An Indiana man is challenging a new state law that bars certain convicted sex offenders from entering schools, arguing it can impair the right to vote.
The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday upheld Arizona congressional districts drawn by an independent commission and rejected a constitutional challenge from Republican lawmakers.
A push to eliminate straight party-line voting on Indiana election ballots has been sidelined in the state Senate.
An Indiana legislative committee has backed a proposal that would require the use of voter identification numbers for mail-in absentee ballots.
Indiana lawmakers are taking up Republican-backed proposals to eliminate straight party-line voting on state ballots and require the use of voter identification numbers for mail-in absentee ballots, moves that Democrats argue will make voting more difficult and could hurt turnout.
Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White, convicted of voter fraud and removed from office, had three of his six convictions overturned by the Indiana Court of Appeals Dec. 29 and will have to serve his sentence of one year of electronic home monitoring.
Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White's voter fraud conviction has taken him out of politics but hasn't stopped him from writing about it.
The National Commission on Voting Rights is holding a public hearing in Columbus, Ohio, Friday for anyone with a stake in Indiana and Ohio elections. The event is part of a series of nationwide hearings held to collect testimony on the current landscape of voting and elections in the U.S.
A Roseland Town Council member couldn’t convince the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals that a District judge was incorrect in dismissing his lawsuit filed after he was removed from the voter registration list while incarcerated.
Former Secretary of State Charlie White has been ordered to begin serving his sentence for violating Indiana’s election law after his petition for post-conviction relief was denied.
The Supreme Court of the United States held Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act is unconstitutional Tuesday, ruling that its formula can no longer be used as a basis for subjecting jurisdictions to pre-clearance. The case stems from Shelby County in Alabama asking for a declaratory judgment that sections 4(b) and 5 are facially unconstitutional and a permanent injunction against their enforcement.