Does the Chief Justice or Justice Gorsuch Have the Majority Opinion in Gill v. Whitford, the Wisconsin Partisan Gerrymandering Case?

Tea leaf reading from my colleague Leah Litman:

Let me lay out a marker and say that if the Chief has it, I think he’s more likely to be the sixth vote to rein in partisan gerrymandering than the fifth to kill it.

UPDATE: Another, less rosy possibility:  Maybe we get another 4-1-4 like Vieth, and Roberts is writing a Scalia-like plurality of nonjusticiability and there is no majority decision.

 

 

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