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New liberal leaning Wisconsin Supreme Court hears arguments over gerrymandering

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Four of the past six presidential elections have been decided by fewer than 23,000 votes in Wisconsin, but the state is also where Republicans have built large...



The court was expected to issue its ruling no later than early 2024. The state elections commission has said maps must be in place by March 15 if the new districts are to be in play for the November elections.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has been controlled by liberal justices since Protasiewicz took her seat in August after her April election victory. She called the GOP-drawn maps "unfair" and "rigged" during her campaign, leading Republicans to threaten to impeachher before she had even heard a case. Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos backed off, but kept the threat alive if she votes to strike down the maps.


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