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Stucki v. Denney

Last Updated Jan 27, 2022
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Original No. 49295-2021 (Idaho Sup. Ct.); Consolidated No. 49261-2021 (Idaho Sup. Ct.)

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A state court challenge to Idaho’s legislative redistricting map. The Plaintiff asks the Idaho Supreme Court to declare (1) the maps inadequate to the representation for southeastern Idaho and (2) that the splitting of nine counties would not violate the Idaho Constitution when it is done so to give “equal and reasonable representation to the people.”

Case was consolidated with Durst v. Denney. The Idaho Supreme Court ultimately upheld the state legislative maps in a unanimous decision on Jan. 27, 2022.


Case filings, starting with most recent court
    Name Last Modified
Highlighted document Document icon Petition for review Dec 1, 2021
Document icon Verified petition Dec 8, 2021
Document icon Petitioner's brief Dec 9, 2021
Highlighted document Document icon Order consolidating case Dec 17, 2021

Map | Challenged state senate map

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Map | Challenged state house map

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