People of color generated 95 percent of Texas’ growth last decade—but Republicans want to gerrymander the map so it doesn’t have a single new Latino-majority district.
The Anarchist Daughter of the GOP's Gerrymandering Mastermind Just Dumped His Maps and Files on Google Drive
“I won't be satisfied that we the people have found everything until we the people have had a look at it in its entirety,” she said.
A court ruled that the way the GOP drew legislative maps in the state wasn't just unfair, but illegal.
The font is called Ugly Gerry and serves as a fun reminder that our political system is fundamentally dysfunctional.
The former attorney general under President Obama would have written the special counsel regulation differently.
The Texas Democrat is going after gerrymandering to “ensure the makeup of districts reflects the preferences of voters statewide.”
He conducted a 2015 study that found adding the question "would be advantageous to Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites.”
The Wisconsin governor defended his actions during a lame-duck session by saying the state just generally needed to redistribute some government power
North Carolina's congressional map was declared to be unconstitutional. The election is in two months. What happens now?
North Carolina's power-grab politics have been replicated all over the country.
Let's break down how the races are shaping up in the 18 brand new congressional districts.