National News

Redistricting News

A non-profit organization filed a federal lawsuit challenging the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2021 congressional reapportionment as violating the requirements of Section 2 of the 14th Amendment, a provision that has never been enforced.

State News

North Dakota

North Dakota renewed its request to dismiss the Voting Rights Act challenge to its enacted legislative plan.


A federal judge ordered Texas lawmakers to turn over documents related to the state’s enacted congressional plan to the plaintiffs challenging it.


Utah lawmakers asked a Utah district court judge to stay the lawsuit challenging the state’s enacted congressional plan pending the U.S. Supreme Court’s resolution of the U.S. Elections Clause case before it, Moore v. Harper.


The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of a federal lawsuit that sought to force Virginia to hold a special election for the state House of Delegates later this year.

New ARP Content

Behind the Lines - Maryland

Exploring Maryland's contentious redistricting process, the state's new precedent against partisan gerrymandering, a look into compactness measures, and if Maryland’s new map complies with that new precedent.