South Carolina

Supreme Court Makes Racial Gerrymandering Even Harder To Prove In New Ruling
As Elections Loom, Congressional Maps Challenged As Discriminatory Will Remain In Place
With control of the House of Representatives hanging in the balance, the time-consuming appeals process means elections in multiple districts will take place using maps that have been challenged as discriminatory to voters of color.
Supreme Court Drags Feet So Long That South Carolina Will Hold 2024 Elections Under Gerrymandered Map
Listen To This: Bye Mitch

A new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast is live! This week, Kate and Josh talk about Mitch McConnell’s big announcement and the primaries in South Carolina and Michigan.

You can listen to the new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast here.

Arguments On South Carolina’s Maps Show How Thoroughly Supreme Court Broke Redistricting
Dem Rep. Clyburn’s Role In Redrawn Congressional Maps Becomes Key in Supreme Court Redistricting Case
The court will hear a case about whether South Carolina Republicans illegally took race into account when they created the current voting districts.
Supreme Court Opens Door To South Carolina Reinstituting ‘Stark Racial Gerrymander’
How South Carolina Ended Up With An All-Male Supreme Court
An abortion ban struck down. The lone female justice retiring. And a majority-male legislature rallying behind the one male candidate to replace her. This is how South Carolina ended up with an all-male Supreme Court as new abortion legislation looms.
Amid NC Probe Into Alleged Fraud, Meadows Claims He’s A Resident Of … South Carolina
SC AG Strategized With Big-Wig Conservative Lawyers On Suit To Overturn Election, Records Show
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