Redistricting

GOP Rift Widens as Texas House Republicans Censure Four Right-Wing Members

This week, Texas House Republicans censured four right-wing members who ran against their colleagues, capping months of internal strife and taxing primary contests. The caucus...

Federal Panel Directs Louisiana to Redraw Congressional Map Amid Gerrymandering Dispute

A federal three-judge panel has instructed the Louisiana Legislature to craft a new congressional map by June 3 or face court intervention to establish...

Attorneys General Accuse Merrick Garland of ‘Sowing Seeds of Distrust Among American Electorate’

Sixteen attorneys general wrote a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, stating the Justice Department has been weaponized against U.S. states.

Lawsuit Sparks Changes: Michigan’s Electoral Maps to Be Redrawn Over Voting Rights Allegations

Michigan is poised to revise its legislative maps following a lawsuit against the state. Filed on behalf of black voters in the Detroit area,...

Wisconsin Supreme Court to Orders New District Boundaries Before 2024 Election

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ordered district boundaries to be redrawn before the 2024 presidential election.

North Carolina Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Voter ID

The Supreme Court of North Carolina ruled in favor of voter ID and also granted lawmakers the power to draw redistricting maps Friday.

Supreme Court Rejects Congressional Map Challenge, Gives Republicans Victory

The United States Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a group of Kansas voters who claimed a newly-drawn congressional map discriminated against minorities.

Michigan State Shooter Revealed as Far-Left Democrat

MSU shooter Anthony McRae was a registered ‘liberal democrat’ by a Michigan data vendor.

Disney World ‘Ready to Work’ With DeSantis

“Florida is dissolving the Corporate Kingdom and beginning a new era of accountability and transparency,” said deputy press secretary Redfern.

North Carolina Considers Requiring All Absentee Ballots Arrive by Election Day

An “Election Day Integrity Act” filed in the state Senate on Thursday could change the deadline for absentee ballots in North Carolina.

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