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“Iowa Model” Redistricting Reform Legislation Publicly Presented

The "Iowa Model" redistricting measure has been introduced, with bi-partisan support, in the Wisconsin Legislature and will be formally rolled out by the lead sponsors on Tuesday, July 16 at 10:30 AM in the Assembly Parlor of the State Capitol.

“Iowa Model” Anti Gerrymandering Legislation Not Affected by Terrible Supreme Court Decision

Last Thursday's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to not inject itself, or other federal courts into the question of whether or not hyper-partisan redistricting could deny voters equal protection under the law was deeply disturbing, disappointing and disgusting – but not surprising.

Counties in 32 of 33 WI State Senate Districts & 91 of 99 Assembly Districts Back Ending Partisan Gerrymandering

An analysis by CC/WI Board member and former state representative Penny Bernard Schaber demonstrates that Wisconsin voters and their local elected officials throughout the state overwhelmingly support ending partisan gerrymandering.

Vos, Fitzgerald, Nygren & Darling: Wisconsin Taxpayers to Continue to Pay for Partisan Gerrymandering

The Republican Chairs of the Wisconsin Legislature's Joint Finance Committee announced today that they will take non-partisan redistricting reform out of Gov. Tony Evers' 2019-2021 biennium budget proposal – despite overwhelming support for this reform.

Voting & Elections 04.23.2019

Common Cause Wisconsin, Fair Elections Center & Others Challenge Wisconsin’s Requirements for Student IDs Used as Voter ID

WISCONSIN – Today, Fair Elections Center and Pines Bach LLP filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, on behalf of Common Cause in Wisconsin and individual plaintiff Ben Quintero, challenging Wisconsin’s unnecessary requirements for student IDs to qualify as voter ID.

06.18.2018

U.S. Supreme Court Delays Decision for Now on Wisconsin Gerrymander Court Case

"Today, the U.S. Supreme Court today did not to address the unconstitutionality of one of the most partisan gerrymanders of state legislative districts (2011) in American history, but we remain hopeful that standing can be addressed and we can win justice in the courts" said Jay Heck, the long-time executive director of Common Cause in Wisconsin.

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