A new lawsuit adds federal weight and resources to an increasingly uphill battle for fair maps.
In a special session for redistricting, expect the GOP to use aggressive gerrymandering to extend the shelf life of its diminishing white base.
From Census data delays to Governor Abbott’s gaseous orders, get caught up on what happened in the Texas Lege the week of Jan 25.
A federal court delivers a stern warning but no relief despite Texas’ long history of deliberately discriminatory voting laws.
The most interesting story in American politics in the coming year isn’t in Iowa, but on the outskirts of Houston and Dallas.
Li, who grew up in Texas, has followed Texas’ seven-year legal fight to dilute minority voting power from the beginning.
The high court’s intervention raises the possibility that next year’s election may feature “intentionally discriminatory” congressional and state House districts.
Since 2011, nine federal court rulings have concluded that Texas passed intentionally racist voting laws. Three of those rulings happened in just the past two weeks.