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Opaque redistricting groups are being quietly bankrolled by corporations, unions and others to influence redistricting. They aim to help political allies — and in the process they're hurting voters.

How secret money and power interests are drawing you out of a vote.

Five Ways Courts Say Texas Discriminated Against Black and Latino Voters

How Dark Money Helped Republicans Hold the House and Hurt Voters

In California, Democrats’ Redistricting Strategy Paid Off

California Congresswoman’s Redistricting Shenanigans Catch Eye of Ethics Committee

Colorado Redistricting Had Inside Help

Obama’s Gerrymander

Actual Winner Unclear in Supreme Court’s Ruling on Texas Redistricting

Will the Supreme Court Strike Down Part of the Voting Rights Act?

Statement from California Citizens Redistricting Commission Responding to Our Story

Answering Your Questions on Our California Redistricting Story

California Republicans Call for Official Investigation of Dems’ Redistricting Tactics

California Redistricting Commission Public Comments

Map: A Tale of Two Districts

How Democrats Fooled California’s Redistricting Commission

Rep. Jerry McNerney's District

California Redistricting Commission Emails

California Redistricting Commission Meeting Transcripts

Emails Suggest Ohio’s New Republican-Friendly Maps Save the GOP ‘Millions’

In Minn. Redistricting Battle, Powerful Players Clash — With Citizens on Sidelines

In Nevada, Opaque Groups Square Off Over Redistricting

Is Partisan Gerrymandering Unconstitutional?

Redistricting: The Story So Far

Video: The Redistricting Song

Redistricting, a Devil’s Dictionary

Fair Districts Mass Proposals

Florida's 3rd Congressional District

The Hidden Hands in Redistricting: Corporations and Other Powerful Interests