This Surprise Court Ruling Could Give Democrats a Boost in the Midterms

North Carolina's congressional map was declared to be unconstitutional. The election is in two months. What happens now?
Harry Cheadle

Inside the State Where the GOP’s Authoritarian Streak Has Run Wild

North Carolina's power-grab politics have been replicated all over the country.
Paul Blest
House Party

The Reversal of Pennsylvania's GOP Gerrymander Is a Big Democratic Win

Let's break down how the races are shaping up in the 18 brand new congressional districts.
Robert Wheel
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

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Rise Up

Trump Wants to Hire a Census Official Who Supports Gerrymandering

If the president gets his way for Census Bureau leadership, who gets to vote in America could be radically altered.
Jasper Craven
Call To Action

Join the 'Vote Now' Campaign Against Lifetime Voting Bans for Ex-Offenders

Take action with VICE Impact in support of the ACLU's effort to end undemocratic voter suppression that keeps millions of people from voting and reintegrating into society.
Impact Staff
Vote Now

How Voting in These States Could Be Rendered Meaningless Thanks to Gerrymandering

How you can stop the people intentionally redrawing electoral maps to give political parties an unfair advantage.
Katelyn Harrop

New York Needs to Nix Strict Voting Laws to End Voter Suppression

Last year in the state's 12th Congressional District, merely 16,000 voters decided who would represent 715,000 New Yorkers.
Suraj Patel

Algorithms Supercharged Gerrymandering. We Should Use Them to Fix it

A new suite of open source redistricting software can help citizens reclaim democracy.
Daniel Oberhaus
The Rundown

Houston Mayor Bucks Governor’s Immigration Policy to Aid Hurricane Relief

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
The Rundown

As LBJ's Landmark Voting Rights Act Turns 52, Gerrymandering Still a Threat

Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff

The Texas Gerrymandering Trial Could Change All of America

Why you should care that a fight over congressional districts in the Lone Star State—federal judges called the current setup unfair to people of color—is back in court.
Mike Pearl