If the Supreme Court rules that this round of Ohio redistricting is unconstitutional, it should remain consistent and rule in favor for Republican voters in Illinois and Maryland. Only a solution that works for both parties is likely to stick.
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The Supreme Court is the highest court in the US and has ultimate appellate jurisdiction over all federal courts and over state court cases involving issues of federal law. Also see our articles on Antonin Scalia and also on the Supreme Court case known as Citizens United.
The Supreme Court missed an opportunity today to lay down a firm marker identifying partisan gerrymandering
Court strikes down restrictions in one state that banned voters from wearing clothes with the name of a candidate
A Supreme Court ruling has cleared the way for states to take a tougher approach to maintaining their voter rolls
From Voice of America: The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared divided along ideological lines as it
Court hears arguments on redrawing electoral districts’ boundaries to boost a political party’s chances in an election
Supreme Court to review a Democratic scheme to take away one of Maryland’s two Republican House seats in Congress
A mathematical approach to judge gerrymandering and when political districts go beyond fairness and into manipulation
The case in question, Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, argues that the Minnesotan law prohibiting voters from wearing clothing that supports particular candidates or bears political statements in polling places is unconstitutional.
Antonin Scalia left behind a complex legacy as a conservative legal thinker and disruptive public intellectual