1/25: The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the Maryland gerrymandering case on March 26.
1/25: The redistricting maps selected by US District courts could favor Democrats.
1/23: A federal court pushed back Wisconsin’s gerrymandering case until July.
1/16: The Trump Administration has reversed the Obama Administration’s position that Texas’ redistricting needs federal oversight.
1/11: One of Governor Mike DeWine’s last acts as Attorney General was to file a motion to have a redistricting lawsuit dismissed.
1/10: Judges overseeing the redrawing of Virginia’s districts are now considering revised maps.
1/4: The Supreme Court announced that it would review both the Maryland and North Carolina cases in March, giving it roughly three months to decide the cases before the justices’ summer recess.
12/23: President Obama’s recent foray into fighting gerrymandering is an attempt to boost Democratic prospects in the 2020 elections.
12/21: Former President Barack Obama announced that his non-profit, Organizing for Action, will be folded into the National Democratic Redistricting Committee with an eye toward the 2020 elections.