Column

College students should worry most about gerrymandering — here’s why

As the college student vote trends further left, this demographic is at risk of being a target for gerrymandering

Editorial

Editorial Board: When democratic corrosion requires popular action

Following Supreme Court decision to back partisan gerrymandering, civic engagement is important now, more than ever

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin gerrymandering case thrown out by judges following Supreme Court ruling

Whether Wisconsin taxpayers will pay legal fees will be decided later

Column

Stick with what you know: Walker finds another way to subvert our electoral democracy

Walker's move to join GOP redistricting group shows his commitment to ensuring GOP maintains unconstitutional control

Column

On seeking political compromise, bipartisan cooperation and progress

As political polarization becomes increasingly stark, both parties need to develop more moderate, cooperative policies

Column

A drawing lesson for Wisconsin politicians

Ahead of 2020 census, abolition of gerrymandering is important now more than ever for creation of fair districts

Column

Vos’ disrespect of open records laws detracts from functioning democracy

Despite open records laws, Vos refuses to release details of $850,000 legal contract regarding gerrymandering lawsuit

Editorial

Letter to the Editor: Midterm election results another reminder of staunch Republican gerrymandering

Though statewide positions turned blue, Republican-dominated legislature indicates effective gerrymandering

Column

Partisan gerrymandering a difficult process to gut when parties are not evenly distributed across state

While a non-partisan redistricting commission may seem like a solution to gerrymandering, perfect proportionality is not a guarantee, difficult to achieve

State of Wisconsin

Following SCOTUS refusal to hear gerrymandering case, experts discuss looming constitutional questions

Plaintiffs to reassess plan of action, possibly bring case forward again