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Sam Wang dissects the gerrymander in four compelling points

Is gerrymandering an arcane subject of little interest to most people? Well, not me, of course. Indeed, lately, I’ve been spending time looking at gubernatorial races, ever since I pinned my hopes on the Wisconsin SCOTUS case called Gill v … Continue reading

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“The State of Redistricting Litigation (August 2017 Edition)”

The State of Redistricting Litigation (August 2017 Edition) | Brennan Center for Justice A couple of weeks ago, a family discussion about the usual–the Horror, how it came about, the 2016 election, Hillary, et al–convinced me that the link above … Continue reading

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