The state of Wisconsin — home to some of the most gerrymandered legislative districts in the country for more than a decade — will have fair maps in time for the 2024 general election, thanks to legislation signed on Monday by Gov. Tony Evers (D).
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature today passed legislative maps identical to those submitted by Gov. Tony Evers (D) in a bid to avoid a court-led redraw, rushing a process that Democrats labeled “shady political schemes.”
Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate signaled that they might adopt legislative maps drawn by the state’s Democratic Governor Tony Evers, which would greatly reduce the GOP’s legislative majority.
The Mississippi Libertarian Party yesterday filed a federal lawsuit challenging Mississippi’s mail-in ballot receipt deadline.
The Republican majority in the Wisconsin Legislature introduced a bill last Thursday that would add new requirements in order for absentee ballots to be counted.
A pair of redistricting experts hired by the Wisconsin Supreme Court to evaluate a number of proposed legislative maps in the Badger State determined that the Republican-drawn maps are “partisan gerrymanders.”
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) has vetoed state legislative maps that were hastily passed and jammed through by Republicans who nefariously altered a proposal by the governor to protect GOP incumbents.
Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly passed legislation to create new state legislative maps, advancing a hastily passed Senate bill that nefariously amends maps originally proposed by Gov. Tony Evers (D).
In a last-ditch “stunt,” Wisconsin Senate Republicans introduced and passed an amended bill, all within under two hours, that would redraw the state’s legislative maps in order to protect Republican incumbents.
Yesterday evening, a group of Wisconsin voters asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to reopen previous litigation over the state’s congressional map.
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