Its about how districts are drawn for the Wisconsin state legislature Dale. WASHINGTON How egregiously can a majority party gerrymander a political. State officials said they relied on traditional redistricting principles and contend that courts should stay out of the politically charged mapdrawing that follows He. It will consider a lower courts ruling that, if allowed to stand, will require the judiciary to determine whether and when partisanship in drawing electoral districts something as old as the Constitution is unconstitutional And courts will. On the docket is a case that could be the last hope for real district realignment reform in the United the first time in four decades in 2012 According to The New York Times, the GOP drew maps that led to Republicans winning 486. The politically explosive high court fight over socalled partisan gerrymandering has the potential to radically reshape the political scene by thrusting courts across the country into the role of vetting district maps for excessive partisan bia. 3 UPI The US Supreme Court appeared divided Tuesday on a case examining the drawing of legislative districts in Wisconsin The nine justices are deciding on. As the Supreme Court prepares to consider whether gerrymandering can ever be so partisan as to be unconstitutional, some defenders of the practice will contend. The last time the Supreme Court ruled on a case of this kind was in 2004 when it. WASHINGTON Reuters Supreme Court justices clashed on Tuesday over whether courts should curb the longstanding US political practice of drawing electoral.