The court dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party arguing that the state’s political maps were improperly gerrymandered along partisan lines
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The betting money is still that the Ohio purge plan will be allowed by the Supreme Court, probably 5-4
Failure to show up at the polls comes at a dire price in Ohio, where state authorities
Trump-backed Ohio voting rights policy that has disenfranchised thousands of American voters by using lists to purge names
Three court cases could have a major impact on redistricting for U.S. House elections in PA
The following is an excerpt. Continue reading here: www.washingtontimes.com The Supreme Court announced Friday it would take
The process of gerrymandering has become extremely political with politicians being able to draw those maps, and largely to the favor for the political party in the majority.
The Supreme Court is set to hear what could be the most important redistricting case in decades
The Supreme Court dropped a big hint they may rule against partisan gerrymandering in a key case
The Supreme Court announced Monday it will consider politically gerrymandered electoral maps