The state Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled version after version of the congressional and state legislative maps unconstitutional.
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The Supreme Court wants to strike down abortion rights. This energizes the debate on how to cut down on its conservative slant.
One of the most powerful persons in politics for the next two weeks is a professor who has spent his career studying mapping.
A heightened version of the national divisions sparked primaries against the governor, attorney general, and a congressman.
The idea that thousands of operators from multiple states can cover their tracks so well in one of the biggest cover ups defies logic.
Nebraska’s upcoming GOP gubernatorial primary is another three-way race that is likely to have a plurality, rather than majority, winner.
The conversation comes as a wave of partisan gerrymandering has swept the nation, leaving districts uncompetitive, incumbents in place.
This year is on track for record lobbying spending after lobbyists collectively clocked the biggest first quarter haul in history.
Partisan primaries followed by a plurality-winner general election is a sensible way for an electorate to make a clear policy choice?
Montana has reason to improve one aspect of securing elections in which we lag behind most states: keeping voter rolls free of duplicate.