One Person, One Vote.
Today the Supreme Court unanimously upheld One Person, One Vote.
The decision declared that states may count all residents, whether they are eligible to vote or not, in drawing election districts.
The decision reaffirmed the meaning of one of the most significant democratic principles in American politics, “One Person, One Vote.” As Justice Ginsburg wrote in the majority decision:
“We hold, based on constitutional history, this court’s decisions and longstanding practice, that a state may draw its legislative districts based on total population.”
Learn more about this democratic principle by watching our film, featuring Justice Stephen Breyer, and former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor: One Person, One Vote