This matter involved a legal challenge to the congressional redistricting map selected by the New Jersey Congressional Redistricting Commission. In December 2021, a majority of the Commission’s members voted in favor of the map the Democratic delegation presented. Plaintiffs, the Republican delegation to the Commission, filed an amended complaint in January 2022 to challenge that map. Plaintiffs filed their complaint with the New Jersey Supreme Court, pursuant to Article II, Section 2, Paragraph 7 of the Constitution. Plaintiffs claimed that the actions of the Chair were “arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable,” presented violations of “federal and state constitutional equal protection and due process protections,” and posed a “common law conflict of interest.” The New Jersey Supreme Court dismissed the plaintiffs’ allegations because they were insufficient to support a claim upon which relief could be granted.