COVID-Related Election Litigation Tracker

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This database consolidates and tracks litigation concerning the effect of the pandemic on election law. The purpose of this tool is to provide an interactive list of relevant cases that can be searched by issue, court, status, and jurisdiction.

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Burk v. Ducey

Closed

Burk v. Ducey, No. CV202001869 (Ariz. Super. Ct., Pinal Cnty.)

  Case Summary Plaintiff, an Arizona voter, alleges that there was a scheme that resulted in the counting of hundreds of thousands of fictitious ballots in Arizona and that Dominion software covered up this scheme. Plaintiff seeks an audit and an injunction against transmitting Arizona's results to the electoral college.
Filed 12/07/2020
State Arizona
Type of Court State
Status Closed ()
Last Updated 12/15/2020
Issue Tag(s) Vote-by-Mail (Claim that Mail Voting Leads to Fraud and/or Vote Dilution)
Challenge to Voting Machinery/Hardware/Software
Complaint(s) 12/07/2020: Complaint filed.
Dispositive Ruling(s) 12/15/2020: Order/Ruling, The court dismissed the case after determining the plaintiff lacked standing - she did not register to vote in the election.

Burk v. Ducey, No. CV-20-0349-AP/EL (Ariz. Sup. Ct.)

  Case Summary Appeal from the superior court's dismissal of election challenge.
Filed 12/16/2020
State Arizona
Type of Court State
Status Closed ()
Last Updated 01/06/2021
Issue Tag(s) Vote-by-Mail (Claim that Mail Voting Leads to Fraud and/or Vote Dilution)
Challenge to Voting Machinery/Hardware/Software
Dispositive Ruling(s) 12/16/2020: Appellant Brief, Notice of appeal.
01/05/2021: Order/Ruling, The Arizona Supreme Court dismissed appellant's election contest because, first, appellant was not a qualified elector under A.R.S. ยง 16-121(A) and, second, failed to file a timely contest that complied with the election challenge statutes.
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