What will Pritzker do for fair maps?

People protest gerrymandering outside the Supreme Court while the justices hear oral arguments on Oct. 3 in Washington, D.C. (Bill O’Leary / The Washington Post)

While a governor’s race, an open attorney general seat and four competitive congressional races captivated our attention on Tuesday night, voters in four other states voted in favor of drastically improving their state government.

Despite very different politics, voters in Colorado, Michigan, Missouri and Utah enthusiastically backed ballot initiatives to end gerrymandering and stop politicians from choosing their own voters. These four victories came after Ohio voters passed a similar ballot measure back in May.

Read the full article at the Chicago Tribune.