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Eubanks v. Nelson We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 23-10936
Plaintiff / Appellant: Travis Wayne Eubanks, a voter of Bexar County, Texas, Travis Eubanks, a voter of Bexar County, Texas, Kyle Strongin, a voter of Hood County, Texas and others
Defendant / Appellee: Jane Nelson, Texas Secretary of State, John B. Scott, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as the Texas Secretary of State, Jose "Joe" A. Esparza, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as Deputy Secretary of State and others
Appellant: Anne Stone and Allyson Raskin
Strongin et al v. Scott et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 4:2022cv00576
Plaintiff: Kyle Strongin, Lindsey Gremont, Christine Koepke and others
Defendant: John B. Scott, Jose "Joe" A. Esparza, Secretary of State of Texas and others
Not Classified By Court: Honorable Warren Kenneth Paxton, Jr
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Civil Rights Act
Longoria v. Paxton We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 22-50110
Plaintiff / Appellee: Isabel Longoria and Cathy Morgan
Defendant / Appellant: Warren K. Paxton, In His Official Capacity as Attorney General of Texas and Shawn Dick, in his official capacity as Williamson County District Attorney
Amicus Curiae: Lisa Wise, El Paso County Elections Administrator
Longoria et al v. Paxton
as 5:2021cv01223
Plaintiff: Isabel Longoria and Cathy Morgan
Defendant: Warren K. Paxton, Kim Ogg, Shawn Dick and others
Petitioner: Lisa Wise
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Civil Rights Act
Ostrewich v. Scott We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 21-20577
Plaintiff / Appellant: Jillian Ostrewich
Defendant / Appellee: Christopher Hollins, in his official capacity as Harris County Clerk, John Scott, in his official capacity as Secretary of State of Texas, Ken Paxton, in his official capacity as the Attorney General of Texas and others
Houston Justice, et al v. Gregory Wayne Abbott, et al
as 5:2021cv00848
Plaintiff: Houston Justice, Delta Sigm Theta Sorority Inc., Houston Area Urban League and others
Defendant: Gregory Wayne Abbott, Jose Esparza, Warren Kenneth Paxton, Jr. and others
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983
LULAC Texas et al v. Esparza et al
as 1:2021cv00786
Plaintiff: Lulac Texas, Vote Latino, Texas Alliance for Retired Americans and others
Defendant: Jose Esparza, Ken Paxton, Jacquelyn Callanen and others
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1973
OCA-Greater Houston et al v. Jose A. Esparza et al
as 1:2021cv00780
Plaintiff: OCA-Greater Houston, League of Women Voters of Texas, REVUP-Texas and others
Defendant: Jose A. Esparza, Ken Paxton, Isabel Longoria and others
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1973
La Union Del Pueblo Entero, et al v. Gregory W. Abbott, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2021cv00844
Plaintiff: La Union Del Pueblo Entero, Friendship-West Baptist Church, The Anti-Defamation League Austin, Southwest, and Texoma and others
Consolidated Defendant: Isabel Longoria, Jacque Callanen, Yvonne Ramon and others
Defendant: Jose A. Esparza, Lupe C. Torres, Gregory W. Abbott and others
Consolidated Plaintiff: Houston Justice, Houston Area Urban League, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and others
Counter Defendant: Dana DeBeauvoir
Amicus Curiae: Foundation for Government Accountability, John R. Ashcroft, Young Black Lawyers' Organizing Coalition and others
Petitioner: Public Interest Legal Foundation, Harris County Republican Party, Dallas County Republican Party and others
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1973 Voting Rights Act
Texas State LULAC et al v. Elfant et al
as 1:2021cv00546
Defendant: Jacquelyn Callanen, Bruce Elfant, Isabel Longoria and others
Plaintiff: Texas State LULAC and Voto Latino
Petitioner: Lupe C. Torres, Terrie Pendley and Ken Paxton
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983

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