SCOTUS to Rule on 'Textbook Example' of Racist Gerrymandering

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it will soon weigh in on whether North Carolina’s redistricting relied too heavily on race, deliberately clustering large populations of black voters into two districts in an attempt to diminish their influence and sway election results.

The Hill reports:

A federal court ruled earlier this year that the 2011 redistricting did constitute racially-motivated gerrymandering and ordered the lines to be redrawn, though voters challenged the new districts as well.  According to Politico‘s Josh Gerstein, “The latest revision of the map is expected to preserve a 10-to-3 Republican-Democratic split in the state’s U.S. House delegation.”


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