Wisconsin Gazette: Big stakes in high court fight over Wisconsin's partisan political maps
The big question at the heart of the high court clash is whether there can be too much politics in the inherently political task of drawing electoral districts.
Gerald Hebert, who directs voting rights and redistricting litigation at the Campaign Legal Center, said the case his team is making is not a partisan one, even though the center represents Democrats in the case.
“If we’re going to get Justice Kennedy’s attention, we have to make sure he really understands this is not just a Democratic problem. It happens to be right now that Republicans control way more legislatures. But ... in states where Democrats control the entire redistricting process, the districts also are gerrymandered,” Hebert said.