Gerrymander Gazette - June 3, 2016
June 8, 2016
Legislators’ revenge in Arizona and New Jersey, an invitation to sue in North Carolina, and great progress on reform in Illinois and Virginia make it clear that this will not be a quiet summer on the redistricting front. Let’s see how things are looking.
NC A&T students speak out on campus gerrymandering
March 22, 2016
Students at NC A&T State University, the nation's largest historically black college or university, recently spoke out against new congressional voting maps that leave their campus split into two districts.
Federal Court Orders Redrawing of North Carolina Congressional Districts
February 5, 2016
A three-judge federal district court panel has ruled that North Carolina’s 1st and 12th Congressional Districts constitute an unlawful racial gerrymander and have ordered the state’s congressional map to be redrawn by February 19.
Democracy Reformers Rally Across U.S. to Mark Birthday of Gerrymandering's Namesake
July 17, 2015
Citizens demanding fair representation and transparency in the drawing of legislative districts rallied across the country this week to commemorate the 271st birthday of Elbridge Gerry, the father of “gerrymandering.”
North Carolina Election Protection
November 4, 2014