The term that kicks off today could undermine our entire system of government.
A panel of three Federal Judges has found Ohio’s Congressional District map to be unconstitutional, but a case currently pending before the Supreme Court could mute the impact of this decision.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears poised to uphold the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
After a barrage of criticism, New Jersey Democrats are abandoning a controversial redistricting proposal.
Democratic pickups in several state legislatures could impact redistricting after the 2020 Census.
A Federal Court has ruled that North Carolina can use its current Congressional District map for this year’s midterms notwithstanding a ruling that it is an impermissible gerrymander.
Republicans are trying to fight back against efforts to limit their ability to gerrymander Congressional and State Legislative Districts. It’s a fight they deserve to lose.
Ohio voters have approved a referendum designed to reform the manner in which district lines are drawn.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in a case alleging that Texas’s Congressional and state legislative districts were drawn with the intent to discriminate based on race.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the second partisan gerrymandering case of the term, and once again they appear to be divided.
Challengers to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling on Congressional redistricting suffered two big setbacks in court yesterday that suggest that they’ve reached the end of the road legally.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has redrawn the state’s Congressional Districts based on its recent ruling finding the current map to be unconstitutional partisan Gerrymandering. It makes a lot more sense than the map the state is currently using.
The Supreme Court has declined to stay a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling requiring the legislature to redraw the state’s Congressional District map.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a second case dealing with political Gerrymandering.
With surprising unanimity, the Supreme Court rejected an effort to restrict the meaning of ‘one person, one vote’ in legislative redistricting.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument today in a case that could have big implications for redistricting, and the make-up of state legislatures and the House of Representatives.
The Obama Administration is asking the Supreme Court to review a ruling that kept a hold on last year’s immigration execution action in place.
The Supreme Court has accepted for appeal a Virginia case that deal with the issue of using race and politics as a basis for drawing district lines.
The Supreme Court accepted a case that will require the Justices to decide just what it meant when it established the “one person, one vote” rule for drawing legislative districts.
The Supreme Court seems likely to strike down state laws that take redistricting completely out of the hands of state legislatures.
A Federal Court has given legislators in Richmond a complicated job.
There are plenty of other factors that help our two major parties retain power.
Debbie Dingell is set to continue an 80 year legacy of Dingells occupying the same seat in the House of Representatives. That’s not a good thing.
For now at least, Republicans are far more enthusiastic about voting in November than Democrats. That could be decisive.
Is money the only thing that matters in post-Citizens United American politics?
The vast majority of the seats in the Virginia legislature will not even be contested this November.
While Republicans will likely take over some key governorships and state legislature after November’s midterms, America’s changing demographics will limit their ability to gerrymander safe districts.