Today, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Texas over its new state House and congressional maps passed following the release of 2020 census data.
Today, the North Carolina Court of Appeals delayed the filing period for candidates running for state House, Senate and congressional districts while litigation challenging the recently-passed maps is ongoing.
Three lawsuits have been filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio against the state’s new legislative districts. What’s going on in the case and what’s next?
Today, the Washington Supreme Court issued an order adopting the Washington State Redistricting Commission’s legislative and congressional maps, declining to take over the map-drawing process.
Georgia Republicans used the 2021 redistricting process to try to maintain their political control in the state. But while the new districts bolster Republicans in the short term, Republicans face an uphill battle against the broader trends changing the state.
On Tuesday, a lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio challenging the state’s new congressional map for being an extreme partisan gerrymander benefitting the Republican Party.
On Nov. 17, two Republicans filed a lawsuit in a Nevada state court challenging the Silver State’s newly passed legislative and congressional maps.
Today, an Oregon state court panel unanimously upheld the state’s newly enacted congressional map, rejecting a challenge brought by Republicans seeking to throw out the map.
A Louisiana state court recently denied an attempt to dismiss a case challenging the state’s current congressional map following the release of 2020 census data.
Today, a lawsuit was filed challenging Ohio’s new congressional map, which was signed by Gov. Mike DeWine (R) on Saturday.
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