Big Law firms connected to the Democratic and Republican parties are raking in tens of millions in fees as the two parties clash in dozens of voting lawsuits throughout the country.

Jones Day, go-to counsel for the GOP, has billed the Republican Party $12.1 million since 2019, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission. Perkins Coie has received roughly $41 million in legal fees from various Democratic organizations over the same time span.

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