North Carolina Republicans unveiled new maps for the General Assembly and Congress, all of which are harsh gerrymanders.
The North Carolina Supreme Court has issued a trio of 5-2 decisions that repeal rulings decided by the previous liberal court majority.
Kansas Republicans are openly considering a 4-0 congressional map, but trends in Johnson County make this very risky.
State legislatures, which generally draw congressional maps, may hold the key to control of the House of Representatives this decade.
Amendment 1 aims to end gerrymandering in the state of Virginia, but can this redistricting reform truly win on election day?
Virginia may be poised to end gerrymandering with Amendment 1 – and voters for Abigail Spanberger and Elaine Luria may help pass it.
Pennsylvania saw a change in Congressional districts prior to 2018 – but what would the election have looked like without that shift?
Eric Cunningham argues that Arizona is a gerrymander because it looks and behaves like one.
Adam Trencher argues that Arizona’s map complies with the Constitution and the VRA, is compact, preserves communities of interest, and is competitive.
As redistricting approaches again, Pennsylvania legislators will again deal with a divided government and potentially another court-drawn map.