“Split Ohio Supreme Court says redistricting map is constitutional”

Cleveland Plain Dealer: “The Ohio Supreme Court today upheld legislative maps drawn by the Republican-controlled apportionment board that set boundaries for General Assembly seats for the next decade. The legislative map drawn in 2011 by the state apportionment board is constitutional, a deeply divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The 4-to-3 court ruling means the once-a-decade drawn map, which currently tilts heavily in favor of Republican candidates who would vie for seats in Ohio’s 99 House districts or 33 Senate district, will remain in place.”

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