Ruling states the 2022 map “was drawn to discourage competition and favor Democrats.”
A panel of five appellate judges ruled that the congressional map drawn by state Democrats was unconstitutional.
If upheld, the ruling would block the map’s new district lines from being used in the upcoming midterm elections.
The lawsuit relied on computer simulations by election analyst Sean Trende, which concluded the maps were gerrymandered.
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