The Wisconsin Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee is challenging Wisconsin’s 2011 state assembly district plan as a partisan gerrymander in violation of the Assembly Democrats’ associational rights under the First Amendment.
Republican legislative leaders in the Pennsylvania state senate and eight Congressmen from Pennsylvania have filed a suit against state officials to block the use of a new congressional map put in place by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
A group of Wisconsin residents who are Democratic voters challenged Wisconsin’s 2011 state assembly redistricting plan as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander violating the First and Fourteenth Amendments. A three-judge panel ruled in favor of the plaintiffs and ordered a remedial map to be drawn for the 2018 elections.
Common Cause, the North Carolina Democratic Party, and a group of North Carolina voters filed a lawsuit, Common Cause v. Rucho, raising partisan gerrymandering allegations over the state’s 2016 remedial congressional map.