If we want a fair and inclusive democracy, then we can’t have voting maps that let politicians carve up communities of color for political gain.
The Roberts Court has reversed decades of work by prior Courts that sought to protect our democracy and has highlighted the need for congressional action to check its power.
The event examined national trends in the 2021-2022 redistricting process and how to keep people engaged on redistricting issues.
Join us for a conversation about national trends in the redistricting process, CLC's tool PlanScore and what to expect after maps have been approved.
New York's newly-adopted, comprehensive state Voting Rights Act protects communities of color from attacks on their freedom to vote.
In this video, people share stories about the redistricting processes in these two states and discuss what works well and what doesn’t.
This redistricting cycle has given us wins bringing us closer to the fair maps ideal and reminded us of the work that still needs doing.
During the event, Raidt discussed issues with political division and how we can address them to create a stronger democracy.
The process in New York — from voters amending the constitution to a court striking down the partisan gerrymander — should provide a roadmap for other states to follow.
In an op-ed, Utahn Wendy Martin explains the need to get rid of Utah's gerrymandered congressional district maps.
The gerrymandered map has been prevented from taking effect and the Kansas Legislature must to return to the drawing board to produce a fair map.
The Maryland Court of Appeals should set the precedent that Maryland’s Declaration of Rights protects Marylanders against partisan gerrymandering.
Helen Harris, a resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, shares her story about how gerrymandered state legislative maps have hurt her.
The court's ruling continues a trend of protecting Michiganders' right to live under fair maps drawn by an independent redistricting commission.
In an op-ed, Utahn Stephanie Condi warns that the state legislature's proposed congressional map would silence voters' voices.
One Democratic and one Republican voter in Utah wrote an op-ed about how the congressional maps would hurt the state's democracy.