In our elections, every voice should be heard, and every vote should count equally. Elections should be determined by voters, but when politicians rig our voting maps, they can pick their own voters instead of voters picking their politicians.
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Where the fight for fair maps stands now
VIDEO: Fair Maps for the People

Learn more about how the 2020 redistricting cycle influenced the 2022 midterm elections, and what can be done to ensure our voting maps are fair in the future.

Recent redistricting cases and actions

Campaign Legal Center and co-counsel are representing a group of redistricting experts and civic organizations in presenting the legal framework and relevant evidence for the New Mexico state courts to adjudicate partisan gerrymandering claims.

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Campaign Legal Center (CLC) partnered with Law Forward, the Election Law Clinic at Harvard Law School, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, and Arnold & Porter to file a lawsuit on behalf of 19 Wisconsin voters challenging the extreme partisan gerrymandering of the state legislative map.

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Campaign Legal Center is urging the Kentucky Supreme Court to rule that extreme partisan gerrymandering violates the Kentucky Constitution.

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How can we fight gerrymandering?

We have the tools to make sure voters, not politicians, decide our elections.

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Jul 22

Neal Simon Discusses New Book and Democracy Reform at CLC Event

Former U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon shares 10 reforms to improve our democracy. 

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020

ET • Virtual

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Sep 16

Katherine Gehl Calls for More Choice for Voters at CLC Book Event

In a CLC book event, Katherine Gehl explained why we need more competition to have a stronger democracy. 

Wednesday, September 16th, 2020

ET • Virtual

Katherine Gehl

Sep 28

The Freedom To Vote in 2021—What You Need To Know

CLC hosted a panel on trends in voting access and the impact of proposed federal legislation on voters across the nation. 

Tuesday, September 28th, 2021

ET • Virtual

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May 19

A Conversation with John Raidt About "Politics, Inc."

During the event, Raidt discussed issues with political division and how we can address them to create a stronger democracy. 

Thursday, May 19th, 2022

ET • Virtual

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Jun 30

Redistricting Progress Report: Grading America’s Voting Maps with PlanScore

Thursday, June 30th, 2022

ET • Virtual

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Sep 22

SCOTUS Watch: What the Upcoming Supreme Court Term Means for Democracy

CLC's event focused on anti-democratic trends in the Roberts Court's decisions and what these could mean for democracy cases next term. 

Thursday, September 22nd, 2022

ET • Virtual

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Feb 24

Fair Maps for the People—How Redistricting Shaped the 2022 Election

Campaign Legal Center's virtual event, "Fair Maps for the People—How Redistricting Shaped the 2022 Election" was held on February 24, 2023.  

Friday, February 24th, 2023

ET • Virtual

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Jul 28

10 Years Since Shelby County

In the decade following the landmark Shelby County decision, a series of anti-democratic decisions have been made that threaten the freedom to vote for many. Continued action in the face of these decisions, however, suggest a way forward.

Friday, July 28th, 2023

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm ET • Virtual

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