On July 8, True the Vote dismissed its lawsuit filed a week ago to force the state to reveal the list of Mississippi voters who voted in the Democratic primary this year. The purpose of the lawsuit was to determine if enough voters voted in the Democratic primary and the Republican run-off primary for U.S. Senate, to make a case that the run-off outcome might be invalidated.
The case was probably dismissed because the judge issued an opinion on July 7 saying the case was probably filed in the wrong district. The case had been filed in the Northern District, but the state capital, Jackson, is in the Southern District. Thanks to Rick Hasen for this news.