U.S. Supreme Court Refuses League of Women Voters Illinois Gerrymandering Case

On May 21, the U.S. Supreme Court summarily upheld the Seventh Circuit’s ruling in League of Women Voters of Illinois v Quinn, no. 11-943. The League had argued that gerrymandering violates the First Amendment. The lower court had ruled against the League, and now the U.S. Supreme Court has ended the case.

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  1. Demo Rep · · Reply

    One more EVIL cute failing attempt to mystify the Constitution.

    How many ballot access petitions for ANY thing in ANY State in 1789-1791 ???

    ONLY the BAN gigabyte database knows for sure ???

    How many sections/words in the average 1776-1791 State election law ???
    —-
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

    Equal nominating petitions.

    ONE election day per cycle.

    Much too difficult for the LWV in ALL States to understand ???

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