Significant Mapping Developments


Alaska's Redistricting Board adopted remedial state House and Senate redistricting plans, prompting renewed legal challenges.


Florida's special session convened and Governor DeSantis’s proposed congressional redistricting plan was passed by the Senate and advanced out of the House’s redistricting subcommittee.


Kansas’s Governor signed legislative redistricting plans into law.


Maryland’s Court of Appeals upheld the General Assembly’s legislative redistricting plans as constitutional.


Ohio's Supreme Court rejected the Ohio Redistricting Commission’s third set of revised legislative plans and ordered new plans be adopted by May 6.


Tennessee's Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s injunction and reinstated the state’s enacted state Senate redistricting plan for use in the 2022 elections.


On remand from the U.S. Supreme Court, Wisconsin’s Supreme Court adopted the Wisconsin Legislature’s legislative redistricting plans.

State News

New York

The trial judge in New York's redistricting litigation appointed a special master to draw a remedial congressional map in the event one is needed. The New York Supreme Court's Appellate Division heard oral arguments today in the appeal of the trial court's ruling.