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The fight over the redrawing of Pennsylvania’s gerrymandered congressional map – one of the worst of the decade – has already seen some wild twists and turns. A surprise filing Monday afternoon presented another.
Pennsylvania Republican legislators have taken head-scratching arguments to a new level in their simultaneous defense of partisan gerrymandering cases in state and federal court.
Voters might be feeling dazed and confused after last week's congressional map saga. Here's what you need to know about the fate of this extremely gerrymandered map and others like it.
The legal wave builds: a landmark ruling offers key insights for understanding and deciding partisan gerrymandering claims
North Carolina voters have scored a big victory against one of the worst partisan gerrymanders of the decade.
Democracy works better when everyone has a seat at the table. In Michigan, gerrymandering means that frequently isn’t the case.
2017 may be remembered as the year that set in motion battles that will be resolved in 2018, which could be the most consequential year since 1968.
Even a tsunami election of unprecedented proportions wasn’t enough to overcome one of the most biased legislative maps of the decade.
At oral argument in a critical redistricting case, the Supreme Court was presented with a stark choice.
We tested the theory — which has been put forward by both Democrats and Republicans.