Important developments will shape whether Trump appears on the ballot, the balance of political power in some states, and still-ongoing 2020 election investigations.

Experts said an argument was a “Hail Mary” pass that flew in the face of precedent and congressional intent, but a federal appeals court endorsed it.

Redrawing political maps should ensure fair representation. It doesn’t always. 

In the middle of two redistricting cases far from SCOTUS, the Milligan decision landed with welcome relief

Backed by two new Republican justices, the court’s decision to reopen recent decisions sets a new precedent — and has national ramifications.

Racist audio, Supreme Court debate show redistricting as a zero-sum exercise

The split primary is one example of the obstacles resulting from lawsuits and new voting rules.

Among the proposals is one that would give the legislature more control over the final products.

Lawmakers and courts differed on how — and whether — to define and uphold “partisan fairness” when reviewing electoral maps.

The order clears the way for the use of new state House and Senate maps in the May primary.

The majority highlighted traditional redistricting criteria and partisan fairness.

The map closely resembles the current one, with Democrats and Republicans each expected to win roughly half of the state’s 17 districts.

The state Supreme Court agreed to take over the process in early February following hearings held by a lower appellate judge.

Supreme Court conservatives are letting legislatures off the hook for their redistricting plans in the midterm elections.

The data on compactness, contiguity, minimal splits, and equal population.

The state Supreme Court will take up the recommendation but is not required to follow it. Oral arguments are scheduled for later this month.

Though Republicans retain an advantage, the maps could substantially alter the balance of power in Harrisburg and one will likely be challenged in court.

It’s now up to the state courts to determine the next district lines.

Officials in charge of drawing congressional and legislative maps have blown the Wolf administration’s Jan. 24 deadline for final versions.

The chair of the committee in charge of drawing the legislative maps said it will be “challenging” to finish them in under 30 days.