Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright on litigation over redistricting
March 15, 2023
Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright has the latest on the litigation over redistricting.
March Litigation Update Webinar
March 13, 2023
Recorded Friday, March 10, 2023. Featuring: Hayden Johnson, Campaign Legal Center; David Reymann, Plaintiffs’ Attorney; Katharine Biele, League of Women Voters of Utah; Laura Eyi, Mormon Women for Ethical Government.
BETTER BOUNDARIES STATEMENT ON DISTRICT COURT MOTION TO STAY
January 18, 2023
Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright issued the following statement on the Utah District Court granting motion to delay proceedings in gerrymandering case.
Better Boundaries Statement on Gerrymandering Case
January 9, 2023
SALT LAKE CITY – Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright issued the following statement on the Utah Supreme Court granting appeals for both plaintiffs and defendants in gerrymandering case
BETTER BOUNDARIES STATEMENT ON UTAH LEGISLATURE DELAY TACTICS
November 21, 2022
This is yet another attempt by state attorneys and their hired council from Washington, D.C. to distract from and delay the will of Utah voters. In addition, these legal tactics are beginning to rack up a sizable expense to taxpayers.
Statement from Better Boundaries on Denial of Motion to Dismiss
October 24, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY – Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright issued the following statement regarding the Third District Court decision to deny the dismissal of Utah’s gerrymandering lawsuit.
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October 24, 2022
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Statement from Better Boundaries on Denial of Motion to Stay
August 23, 2022
Better Boundaries Executive Director Katie Wright issued the following statement regarding the Third District Court Decision to Deny the Motion to Stay: “The people of Utah will have their day in court. We are energized by today’s decision in the Third District Court.
States Have Completed 2022 Redistricting
June 6, 2022
Except in states with binding independent redistricting commissions, voters are left with districts that are less competitive and more gerrymandered and cities and counties that are split. “And, to many involved in efforts to replace gerrymanders with competitive districts, the vanishing number of truly contested House races indicated that whoever won, the voters lost.”