Republicans cheat at elections but sometimes a change election can stop them. And SCOTUS sends a gay wedding cake case back to the lower court.
Republicans can't sue to protect their gerrymandered map, per SCOTUS.
It's upside-down land again over on Trump's favorite propaganda network.
And Possum Hollar, Texas, gets to redline Hispanic voters for another ten years. Flip that state house!
Before the end of June, the Supreme Court will decide whether to force Wisconsin to redistrict its legislature to eliminate extreme partisan gerrymandering favoring Republicans. The outcome is unpredictable but important to proponents of voters' rights.
Partisan gerrymandering dilutes voting power and warps election outcomes to disadvantage majorities of voters.
Rep. David Lewis, the Republican who directed the redistricting, openly admitted a partisan gerrymander because “electing Republicans is better than electing Democrats.”
Democrats need to turn out their base rather than to hunt for the elusive, possibly mythical swing voter.
Roland Martin doesn't consider Jeff Flake a hero. Heroes stay and fight.
Comey Day is over, no Republican is turning on the president, and we've now reached the equilibrium that will persist at least until Election Day 2018, if not until Inauguration Day 2021, as Jonathan Martin and Jennifer Steinhauer of The New York Times report.
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