Michigan Gerrymandering Case

A three-judge panel of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan (opinion per Clay, J.) has handed down an opinion wherein it:

[J]oins the growing chorus of federal courts that have, in recent years, held that partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. We find that the [Michigan Redistricting Plan] violates Plaintiffs’ First and Fourteenth Amendment rights because it deliberately dilutes the power of their votes by placing them in districts that were intentionally drawn to ensure a particular partisan outcome in each district.

This opinion may be revised or even overturned once the Supreme Court rules on two “partisan gerrymandering” cases presently before it.

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  1. Gerrymandering. It’s bad. Don’t do it.

    Now. What do people say to a Biden Harris or a Biden Warren ticket? I say, let’s *not* leave it to the big$$ donors and the early state or millenial voters. Let’s get it right *today.*

    I am suggesting either of these just in the interest of picking whoever has the highest possibility of winning. Honestly I’m not even sure I care who’s at the top of the ticket. Though I think Biden is the safer bet, ‘cause, you know.

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