Today, a three-judge panel of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois issued a ruling upholding the state’s new legislative maps after it took control of the process in October.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of Virginia approved new maps for both Virginia’s congressional districts and the Virginia General Assembly.
Earlier today, the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission approved a new congressional map for the state.
Last Thursday, Dec. 23, another lawsuit was filed challenging Maryland’s new congressional map enacted following the release of 2020 census data.
On Tuesday, a group of Maryland Republican voters sued over the state’s new congressional map that was enacted following the release of 2020 census data.
On Wednesday, the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission unanimously approved a new congressional map.
On Wednesday morning, the New Jersey Congressional Redistricting Commission approved a new congressional map, voting on party lines to adopt the map proposed by the Democratic commissioners.
On Monday, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission unanimously approved new congressional and legislative maps.
On Friday, a second lawsuit was filed in Pennsylvania to ensure that the state adopts a new congressional map based on 2020 census data before the 2022 election.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a group of voters in Pennsylvania seeking to ensure that new congressional districts are in place for the 2022 elections.