Maps drawn by Republicans were racial gerrymandering, a court ruled.

As America’s democracy matured, the power of the people became a matter of right under the Constitution.

The gerrymandering has led to confused voters, wrong ballots, and many frustrated people.

The new Supreme Court term - with gerrymandering and affirmative action college admissions cases - may reflect conservative Constitution interpretations.

The U.S. Supreme Court recently barred federal courts from requiring states to fix their newly adopted but unlawful congressional maps before the 2022 midterm congressional elections.

The chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced he was running for election to challenge Rep. Mondaire Jones, the type of incumbent Democratic House candidate the group was created to support.

When legislatures draw lines that are discriminatory or gerrymandered, the will of voters is subverted and diminished, Jasmine Burney-Clark is the founder of Equal Ground Education Fund and Action Fund, writes in this op-ed.

The battle over the map in Ohio—mirroring other GOP-controlled states—comes as congressional Democrats have been fighting to pass various voting rights legislation.

Longtime North Carolina Rep. G.K. Butterfield, who presides over a district that has been held by a Black representative for nearly the last 30 years, won't seek re-election in part because of a "racially gerrymandered" redrawn congressional map.

As lawmakers discuss today’s hot topic policy issues, we must remain focused and hold our leaders accountable during the redistricting process that is producing a number of gerrymandered maps of where people can vote.

When it comes to redistricting, power should not be held with politicians, but with the community that elects them. Now is not the time to be complacent. Now is the time to choose, rather than have choices made for you.

Voting rights advocates were dealt two huge victories when courts rejected blatant attempts at suppressing votes of mostly people of color.