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A group of plaintiffs is challenging Ohio’s 2011 congressional plan as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander.
A challenge to Georgia’s 2011 congressional plan brought by four African-American voters contends the map violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
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.
On May 20, the Brennan Center filed a brief supporting the plaintiffs' opposition to the motion to dismiss. The case was formerly known as Shapiro v. McManus.
On September 22, the League of Women Voters filed suit to challenge North Carolina’s 2016 remedial congressional map as a partisan gerrymander.