This article by Carrie Levine is published by Vote Beat. Here is an excerpt;
Tuesday was the Ohio primary — well, the first one.
If you’re curious why Ohio has to have two separate primaries this year (answer: the state’s ongoing redistricting disaster), then you’re probably wondering when the second one will be held.
So are election officials and Ohio voters! That’s right — no one really knows. The state Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled version after version of the congressional and state legislative maps unconstitutional, leaving election officials in limbo, and facing increasingly difficult-to-meet deadlines.