News

  • ICYMI: Maryland backs citizen mapping as U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear cases

    Don Henry | January 7th, 2019

    As the Supreme Court becomes more conservative, some fear that key weapons in the fight for fairer districts could be struck down.

  • ICYMI: DTL in the news and the 'empire' strikes back

    Chris Satullo | January 2nd, 2019

    In several state capitols, elected officials continue to try to thwart or undo redistricting reforms that voters just approved.

    The Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City | Image Credit: Associated Press
  • ICYMI: Bipartisan ire foils N.J. Dems' gerrymandering scheme

    Chris Satullo | December 18th, 2018

    A grassroots uprising by both red and blue sources made Trenton power brokers back off a distinctly partisan redistricting "reform."

    The New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton
  • Maneuvering to undo Clean Missouri reforms has begun

    Chris Satullo | November 27th, 2018

    Missouri lawmakers are already making noises about trying to overturn the will of the voters who overwhelming approved the Clean Missouri reform package at the polls.

    Missouri State Sen. Dave Schatz | Image Credit: The Missouri Times
  • ICYMI: SCOTUS back in the gerrymandering headlines

    Don Henry | November 16th, 2018

    In Maryland an inter-party brawl is developing over the appeal, while racial concerns are at the center of the Virginia case.

  • ICYMI - Barnstorming, quelling a 'blue wave' and Better Boundaries

    Chris Satullo | October 10th, 2018

    A review of the week's news about DTL and the issue of gerrymandering.

    Creed's Seafood and Steaks in King of Prussia, which is part of the legend of gerrymandering in Pennsylvania. | Image Credit: crusaderjournal.com