Pennsylvania Court Orders Republican Lawmakers to Redraw Partisan Electoral Map

In a 5-2 decision, Pennsylvania’s top court ordered state lawmakers—who are overwhelmingly Republican—to re-draw the state’s congressional map, ruling that in its current iteration it “clearly, plainly and palpably violates the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” because of partisan gerrymandering.

North Carolina GOP Very Worried That Redrawing Gerrymandered Districts Will Confuse Wealthy Donors

Although a panel of federal court judges recently found North Carolina’s congressional voting map unconstitutional for its extreme gerrymandering benefitting Republicans and ordered the maps be redrawn, the Supreme Court announced late Thursday that it will block the order, meaning the map will likely stay in place…


Supreme Court Blocks Ruling Ordering North Carolina to Redraw Gerrymandered Districts

The Supreme Court announced late Thursday that it would temporarily block a federal court ruling ordering North Carolina to redraw its congressional maps because of partisan gerrymandering. The Supreme Court’s decision could give Republican candidates a significant advantage as they face the state’s upcoming midterm…