As the Senate’s Redistricting Plan Passes Its Third Reading, Republicans Say Democrats Are Haunted by Their Own Shortcomings, Not Gerrymandering

As the Senate’s Redistricting Plan Passes Its Third Reading, Republicans Say Democrats Are Haunted by Their Own Shortcomings, Not Gerrymandering

The Senate’s redistricting bill cleared its third and final reading Monday evening after the House’s redistricting plan moved forward that afternoon.

Following more than an hour of debate and a long speech on the Senate floor by Republican Senate leader Phil Berger, the chamber voted 31–15 to advance the new map they were ordered to redraw after courts found that 28 of the state’s 170 legislative districts were illegally racially gerrymandered.…

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