- Eric Holder’s NDRC has a new President and a new Executive Director.
- Multiple lawsuits moving through the courts could help Republicans gain seats in 2024.
- The U.S. Census Bureau delivered the 2022 county-level population estimates on March 30, 2023.
- FiveThirtyEight released a feature on “The Hidden Stories In The U.S. Census.”
- The Census Bureau released information on how Hispanics self-reported their race on the 2020 Census.
- Large counties and counties with universities saw population gains after experiencing significant population loss during the pandemic.
- The Biden Administration is looking into how to differentiate between Black Americans who have immigrated recently versus those descended from slaves.
- Parties filed supplemental briefing on how the North Carolina Supreme Court’s rehearing of Moore v. Harper impacts SCOTUS’ jurisdiction. Positions varied.
- SCOTUS considered a cert petition from the ACLU, CLC, and NDRC in Alonzo v. Schwab (KS), but declined to take it up.
The city of Jacksonville is reportedly nearing a settlement with civil rights groups that sued the city over its 2022 district map.
A federal lawsuit over Boston’s City Council districts is pitting various Democrat-aligned factions against each other.
The Montana legislature is advancing a constitutional amendment to modify the state's redistricting process.
The North Carolina Supreme Court reheard Moore v. Harper last week. Politico reports the Court “seems inclined” to reverse last year’s rulings.
American Redistricting Project Updates
Notable new filings are available for Hoffmann v. N.Y. State IRC (NY), Moore v. Harper (NC), and the five Georgia cases as well as dozens of other filings in 20 other active cases.