The Supreme Court will examine partisan gerrymandering in 2017. That could change the voting map.
- January 31, 2017
- Bernie Grofman, poli sci, via The Washington Post, Jan. 31, 2017
Bernard Grofman, the Jack W. Peltason Chair of Democracy Studies at the University of California, Irvine, [writes:] In 2017, the Supreme Court will take up the issue of partisan gerrymandering. Depending on how the court rules, its decisions could have far-reaching implications for the partisan balance in the U.S. House of Representatives and state legislatures − and for the future of redistricting across the country.
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