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Some Louisiana Voters File Federal Lawsuit to Force U.S. House District Boundary Changes

On November 25, three Louisiana voters filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court, alleging that the boundaries of some of the U.S. House districts constitute a “racial gerrymander”, especially the boundaries of the 2nd district, which is the only Louisiana district represented by a Democrat. The case is Buckley v Schedler, middle district, 3:13cv-763. The attorney for the voters is a former state chair of the Louisiana Democratic Party. See this story, which has a map of the districts.

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  1. Trufoe

    If Democrats were politically astute and well organized, both of which are pipe dreams, they would cast their positions on every major issue of the day with the objective of appealing to women voters.

    Gender is the only demographic which can’t be gerrymandered.

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