On April 25, a Kansas trial court judge struck down the state’s new congressional map after concluding that it is an extreme partisan gerrymander that favors Republicans and dilutes minority voting strength in violation of the Kansas Constitution.
Today, a lawsuit was filed against Florida’s new congressional map.
Last night, a New York appellate court issued a decision regarding the fate of New York’s congressional and legislative maps.
The Florida Legislature is trying to pass a congressional map that Gov. Ron DeSantis will sign. Follow this space for updates.
This afternoon, the Supreme Court of Ohio struck down the state’s fourth set of General Assembly maps for violating the Ohio Constitution.
On April 4, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) signed a new congressional map into law after the first iteration was struck down.
On Friday, April 1, a panel of three federal judges denied a request to block Michigan’s new congressional map while a lawsuit proceeds, ensuring that the map will be in place for the 2022 election cycle.
Today, a state trial court judge permanently blocked New York’s newly-enacted congressional and legislative maps.
On March 31, a lawsuit was filed in state court over New Hampshire’s failure to enact a new congressional map based on 2020 census data.
On March 30, a group of voters and civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against Louisiana’s new congressional map.