Only one part of the congressional map will have to be re-drawn in Texas. That's after this week's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court finding that Texas unfairly diluted the voting power of Hispanics in South Texas. The rest of the voting lines can stay.
In the end it was voting rights, not politics being questioned noted Representative Roy Blake Jr. "The Voting Rights Act deals with fair representation of ethnic races, not political parties. And so it's ok to draw lines based on political parties as long as it doesn't disenfranchise a voter.