• The LWVUS recently submitted an amicus curiae brief with other groups to the Supreme Court in Evenwel v. Abbott.  The case will determine whether states are required to use a metric other than total population, such as registered voters or citizen voting age population (CVAP), in redistricting.

  • The League joined national civil rights, voting rights, labor and criminal justice organizations in submitting comments to the Census Bureau asking that incarcerated persons be counted at their home address, rather than the prison facility they occupy on census day. The League believes that if the Census Bureau modified its residence rule with respect to incarcerated persons, all states and localities will have the opportunity to more accurately and equitably reflect the incarcerated population in their redistricting plans.

  • The League joined an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

  • North Carolina Challenge Goes to Court; Affected Hundreds of Voters in 2012

    June 12 Media Call to Provide Exclusive Analysis of Inaugural CA Redistricting Commission

    Washington, DC—The League of Women Voters is offering opportunities for media to learn more about key redistricting advancements in North Carolina and California and discuss the implications both will have on future elections.

    North Carolina Redistricting Suit in Court This Week