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New York | State Trial | Congress

Harkenrider v. Hochul

Last Updated Feb 3, 2022
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No. E2022-0116cv (N.Y. Sup. Ct., Steuben Cty.)

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State court challenge to New York’s congressional map (amended to include additional challenge to state Senate map) as a partisan gerrymander in violation of the state’s constitution [N.Y. Const. art. III, ยง 4(c)(5)]. Plaintiffs ask the court to”expeditiously new maps to cure the legal infirmities that now infect the 2012 Congressional and Senate Maps.” Alternatively, plaintiffs ask the court to “invalidate these maps because they are flagrant, unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders.”

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