Partisan Gerrymandering at the Supreme Court

Partisan Gerrymandering at the Supreme Court


Last week activists from across the nation gathered in front of the Supreme Court, as the Justices heard a set of three redistricting cases that could result in ending partisan gerrymandering across the nation. 

Rucho v. League of Women Voters of North Carolina and its companion cases assert that partisan gerrymandering by both major parties violated voters’ rights. 

Banning partisan gerrymandering would make huge strides in restoring voters’ faith in the electoral process. SCOTUS now has a huge opportunity to declare that, once and for all, politicians cannot choose their voters—voters must be free to choose who they want to represent them. 

Learn more about the cases on our blog.

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