On Monday, Corrine Brown appealed her case to the highest court in the nation in an effort to keep her district for racist reasons.
Even though a three-judge panel in Tallahassee upheld the new redistricting plan and said Brown and her lawyers did not prove their case at all, Brown still thinks she has a shot. She does — a long shot.
Brown has contended the new map does not give African American voters a chance to elect a candidate of their choice whereas the court found President Obama won the same district and some say there are actually more African Americans in her district after the change.
Regardless of the outcome Brown has stated she will run for reelection. Candidates are already lining up to take her spot.