Democracy works best when our voting maps are drawn to ensure that Americans can participate equally in the election of their representatives.

Learn more about redistricting and how you can help bring fair maps to your community. 

The Civic Benefits of Ranked Choice Voting
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Here are eight ways adopting ranked choice voting can improve voting and elections.  

Litigating Partisan Gerrymandering Claims Under State Constitutions
Protesters hold signs for fair maps at the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States punted on its decision to judge partisan gerrymandering claims out of Wisconsin and Maryland, sending them back to the trial courts for further evidence. This CLC report lays out state constitutional provisions that address redistricting and includes analysis about political and geographic boundaries, and examples of legal solutions to preserve communities of interest.

Designing Independent Redistricting Commissions
US Congressional Districts

Though redistricting has always been a problem in American politics, the outsized role of partisanship in the redistricting process has received unprecedented attention across the nation since 2010. This guide is intended to arm legislators, good government advocates, and activists with the knowledge needed to design an independent redistricting commission for state legislative or congressional districts. 

Report: Developing an Action Agenda for Redistricting in 2011
Gerrymandered district at the U.S. Supreme Court

From July 22-24, the Pocantico Conference Center in Tarrytown, NY, with the generous support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Joyce Foundation, and the Ford Foundation, played host to a conference on “Developing an Action Agenda for Redistricting in 2011,” convened by the League of Women Voters of the United States and the Campaign Legal Center.