Newsmax: Supreme Court May Hear Partisan Gerrymandering Case with Nationwide Implications


The plaintiffs are being represented by Paul M. Smith, vice president for litigation and strategy at the Campaign Legal Center, which believes the "efficiency gap" may be the test the Supreme Court has been needing.

"We don't think any one formula has to have some kind of talismanic significance," Smith said. "The conclusion that this is one of the most extreme gerrymanders ever done is supported by the evidence — indeed, it's compelled by the evidence — and supported by all of the different measures."

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