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A group of Pennsylvania citizens are challenging the state’s 2011 congressional map as a partisan gerrymander violating the Elections Clause and First and Fourteenth Amendments.
On November 9, a group of Democratic voters filed suit in federal court challenging Pennsylvania’s congressional map as a partisan gerrymander.
A challenge to Texas’s 2011 state legislative and congressional redistricting plan contends the maps were drawn with an unconstitutional discriminatory intent as well as violate the Voting Rights Act.
The League of Women Voters of Michigan filed suit to challenge Michigan’s 2011 state legislative and congressional maps as partisan gerrymanders.
The Brennan Center and Protect Democracy filed suit to compel the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, and Office of Management and Budget to disclose information pertaining to the president’s “Election Integrity” Commission.