From The Daily Progress:
In recommending his proposals to the judges in November, the expert they hired, Bernard Grofman of the University of California, Irvine, explained his approach. He said voting patterns showed that an African-American could prevail in a 3rd District with a black voting-age population of less than 50 percent. He said that his proposed changes to the 4th would turn it into a second “minority opportunity” district.
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