U.S. Supreme Court to Hear North Carolina Partisan Gerrymandering Caseby Andrew Whiteman
The United States Supreme Court will again take up unresolved constitutional questions about partisan gerrymandering in North Carolina and Maryland. The Court agreed to consider rulings from two lower court cases that found that congressional maps in those states violated the rights of voters.
Partisan gerrymandering is an abomination. Hopefully, the Court will uphold the two decisions, both from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
For more information, see The Washington Post’s article.