Today, six Oregon voters, including former Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins (D), filed a petition to intervene in a case brought by Republicans earlier this week challenging Oregon’s newly-passed congressional map.
The GOP-controlled Florida Legislature suggested this week that they do not intend to host public redistricting hearings, drawing complaints from fair maps advocates.
On Tuesday evening, the Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission approved the map for state Senate districts, one day after approving the state House map.
Today, the South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP and a voter sued the state over its current congressional and legislative maps, arguing that the districts are malapportioned after the release of 2020 census data.
On Monday, a lawsuit was filed in Oregon state court on behalf of four Republicans, all former elected officials in the state, challenging the state’s newly-passed congressional map.
On Friday, the Virginia Redistricting Commission failed to approve final district maps for the General Assembly.
On Thursday, the GOP-controlled Arkansas House and Senate approved a new congressional map for the state’s four congressional districts.
Today, the Indiana General Assembly approved the state’s congressional and state legislative maps, which now head to the desk of Gov. Eric Holcomb (R), who is expected to sign them into law.
Today, Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) signed Nebraska’s new congressional and state legislative districts into law, moments after the state’s unicameral Legislature approved the maps.
Today, the Texas House filed the first draft statewide plan for new House districts.