Ohio Attorney General Accepts Ballot Language for Independent Redistricting Commission

On Monday, Oct. 2, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost (R) accepted ballot language for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would create an independent redistricting commission in the state.

Pro-Voting Group Files Federal Lawsuit Challenging North Carolina Anti-Voting Requirement

On Monday, Oct. 2, the North Carolina Alliance for Retired Americans filed a lawsuit challenging an anti-voting law requiring voters to reside in the state for at least 30 days prior to the election in which…

As New York’s Congressional Map Hangs in the Balance, Democrats Ask For Input

On Monday, Oct. 2, Democrats on New York’s Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) released a statement asking for public input on the state’s congressional map. 

How Election and Redistricting Lawsuits End up Before the Supreme Court

How do redistricting and election-related lawsuits end up before the nation’s highest court? We describe the processes through which the Court either accepts or declines to hear these cases.