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 Election Law: Gill v. Whitford

The Wisconsin legislature redrew its state Assembly districts in the wake of the 2010 Census. The legislature took into account traditional redistricting criteria; it also considered politics. The resulting Assembly map was an extreme partisan gerrymander that resulted in significant overrepresentation for the majority party (as compared with the statewide vote) and effectively locked in majority-party control of the Assembly. Voters from 11 Assembly districts sued, arguing that the map violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments. Does the Constitution Prohibit a State from Engaging in Extreme Partisan Gerrymandering in Drawing Its Legislative Districts? Read more >>

By Steven D. Schwinn

October 2017

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