Ohio Supreme Court invalidates state’s newly redrawn congressional districts

On January 14, 2022, the Ohio Supreme Court invalidated the state’s newly redrawn congressional districts. In a 4-3 vote, mirroring the earlier decision invalidating the State House and Senate Districts, Justice Michael Donnelly (D-Cleveland), writing for the majority, ruled that the maps violated the Ohio Constitution’s prohibitions on the partisan gerrymandering. Republican Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor joined in the majority opinion and again wrote a separate concurring opinion.

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