Congress should pass this bill, which is popular among American voters and would give them an equal say in our political system.
CLC is fighting for voting maps in Colorado that would not dilute Latino voters' electoral influence in congressional elections.
It is vital that Colorado's Latino community be in a position where it is fairly represented in shaping the future.
The library enables visitors to contextualize gerrymandering by clicking on states and comparing them to other states or previous maps from the same state.
CLC's Simone Leeper and Christopher Lamar fielded questions about where we are in the redistricting process and what citizens need to know.
The Freedom to Vote Act would, for the first time, prohibit openly partisan gerrymandering across the country.
The settlement is a warning to Washington counties with election systems that deny voters of color an equal opportunity to participate in the political process.
CLC hosted a panel on trends in voting access and the impact of proposed federal legislation on voters across the nation.
This bill would increase voting access, curb gerrymandering and improve disclosure in our campaign finance system.
This sweeping and transformative bill has several provisions covering voting rights, election security, redistricting and campaign finance.
In this op-ed, Danny Jones, explains why Michigan's independent redistricting commission should end the practice of prison gerrymandering.
The lawsuit urges the court to implement new, rightly apportioned maps before the next election to protect the constitutional rights of Wisconsinites.
Visitors to the website can score new district maps and assess whether the plans are gerrymandered.
The data being released today will affect the voting maps created this year and shape our lives and our communities for the next decade.
Potter focused on the bipartisan nature of S. 1 in his testimony.
States should use constitutional amendments and legislation to empower people, not politicians, in the community districting process.
Meet the plaintiffs in the landmark partisan gerrymandering case, Gill v. Whitford.
The Senate vote yesterday was only the beginning of the fight to pass landmark legislation to make our government more transparent and accountable.
Ranked choice voting offers more chances for participation and makes voters more eager to be involved.
The ruling is promising for those who believe that voters, not politicians, are the best people to draw fair, representative voting maps.