Georgia Republicans are one step closer to enacting new gerrymandered congressional and legislative maps, after the proposals each passed their first respective chambers.
A group of Black and Latino voters today filed a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s new congressional map that was enacted in October 2023.
Today, a Florida appeals court reversed a ruling striking down Florida’s congressional map for diminishing Black voting power in the northern part of the state.
Republicans in the Georgia Legislature released proposals this week for new legislative and congressional maps featuring additional Black-majority districts after being ordered to do so by a federal judge.
The brave citizens in Galveston recognized the injustice that was thrust upon them and spoke out because they knew the power of their voices.
Today, in a 3-2 decision, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that state courts cannot review claims of extreme partisan gerrymandering under the state constitution.
The entire 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will reconsider its established Voting Rights Act precedent that permits distinct minority communities to be combined for the purposes of Section 2 vote dilution claims.
Yesterday, the Ohio Supreme Court dismissed a trio of lawsuits challenging the state’s legislative maps.
Today, the New Mexico Supreme Court unanimously upheld the state’s congressional map, keeping in place the current map for 2024 and the rest of the redistricting cycle.
Last week, a three-judge panel on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided that Georgia can continue to hold at-large elections for its Public Service Commission despite a lower court finding that the elections dilute the voting power of Black voters.
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