The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sent Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case back to the federal District Court, giving plaintiffs another opportunity to show Democratic voters in the state have been discriminated against based on their political party affiliation because of how voting districts were drawn by Republicans. 

George Gillis, who is also the executive director of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, is moving out of his district on the city of Madison’s southwest side. He plans to formally resign June 22.