Ohio Supreme Court Dismisses Challenges To New Congressional Map

 September 8, 2023

Ohio's Supreme Court is NOT messing around. If it was, the justices wouldn't have recently dismissed a lawsuit challenging the legality of the state's current congressional maps.

What this means is that these maps are probably going to be used in the 2024 election.

That's HUGE, because liberals across America have been trying to draw their own congressional maps lately.

In 2022, a previous iteration of the state's high court struck down the newly drawn congressional map. In June of 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court sent the case back to the Ohio Supreme Court for further review.

This time, the result was different.

In a surprising twist, the groups challenging the new map had asked the state's high court to dismiss the lawsuits altogether, arguing that citizens needed to know with certainty which congressional map was going to be used in 2024, and with the matter potentially going undecided for months, that would be impossible.

"Ohioans would remain in limbo, for months at least, as to what map will be used in 2024," the map's challengers wrote in their request for the cases to be dropped.

The court appeared to agree.