How secret money and power interests are drawing you out of a vote.
Separate federal panels struck down two Texas voting provisions. We look at examples of discrimination they found.
The GOP control of the House came despite more votes for Democrats. Republicans used dark money to control redistricting in many states, aided by other supposedly nonpartisan groups that leaned heavily to Republicans.
Last year, Democrats in Congress went to great lengths to undermine a new, non-partisan redistricting process in California. The elections show the results.
Per Politico, Rep. Laura Richardson used taxpayer-funded staff and resources in her campaign to manipulate California’s independent redistricting commission.
Hired guns paid by anonymous donors played pivotal role as hopes of bi-partisan deal slipped away.
President Obama may have propelled his political career forward by gerrymandering a Chicago district to include rich supporters.
Court rejects minority-friendly map, orders federal judges to give more weight to Texas' original plan drawn by GOP-controlled legislature.
The court's ruling on a Texas redistricting case could transform the nation's approach to minority voting rights -- and determine which party controls Congress.
We answer your questions about our California redistricting story.
Early reactions to ProPublica’s report on the ways California Democrats manipulated the state’s citizen redistricting commission split along partisan lines.
To get the districts they wanted, Democrats organized groups that said they represented communities, but really represented the party.
Democrats recognized that they could protect Jerry McNerney from being redistricted out of office by the Citizen's Redistricting Commission.
A rare inside look at how political parties use redistricting to cement partisan control — often at the expense of voters.
An unfolding legal fight shows how difficult it is for anyone outside of political parties to have an impact on redistricting
Who funded the legal battles over Nevada’s redistricting? Voters may never know.