Significant Mapping Developments
Delaware’s Governor signed the General Assembly’s revised legislative plans into law.
Kansas’s legislature passed legislative redistricting plans and sent them to the Governor for signature.
Mississippi’s legislature enacted legislative redistricting plans.
Missouri’s House again rejected the Senate’s proposed congressional plan and requested a conference to work out a compromise.
A lower-court judge struck down New York’s congressional and legislative redistricting plans as unconstitutionally enacted but state leaders quickly appealed the ruling, seeking a stay on the judgment.
A federal three-judge panel denied a request to preliminarily enjoin the state’s adopted congressional plan for alleged violations of the one person, one vote requirement, allowing it to be used in the 2022 election.
As challengers renew claims against the state’s fourth adopted legislative plans, a federal court gave Ohio leaders until April 20th to reach an agreement on final plans before they would intervene. The state will have to hold two separate primary elections this year as a result of the redistricting challenges.
Wisconsin’s Supreme Court rejected Governor Evers’s request to submit additional evidence in support of his legislative plans which were struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court.