New York Court Orders Redrawing of Congressional Maps, Democrats to Reshape Districts Ahead of 2024 Election

New York Court Orders Redrawing of Congressional Maps, Democrats to Reshape Districts Ahead of 2024 Election

In a significant victory for Democrats, New York’s highest court has ordered the state to redraw its congressional maps ahead of the crucial 2024 election.

By a narrow 4-3 vote, the court has mandated that the map-making process be restarted, with the Democratic-controlled state legislator now responsible for shaping the 26 congressional districts.

The decision overturns the previously drawn map, which resulted in Republicans flipping four seats and gaining a majority in the House in 2022.

It is expected that the New York Republicans will challenge this ruling. The battle over the state’s congressional maps dates back to a constitutional amendment approved by voters.​


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