Evenwel v. Abbott: The Court Shanks Its Punt on “One Person, One Vote”

In a democracy where some may vote and others may not—with various perfectly legitimate restrictions regarding age, citizenship, and domicile, let alone more controversial rules—what does it mean to achieve “equality” in the voting process? That is the profound question that the Supreme Court took up in Evenwel v. Abbott. Alas, the Court did not resolve it.

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