The Supreme Court takes on gerrymandering: 6 essential reads
- July 2, 2017
- Bernie Grofman, poli sci, via The Conversation, SF Gate and Salon
Thanks to gerrymandering, Democrats likely won’t win back the House in 2018 or 2020,
predict experts at Strathclyde University, University of Richmond, University of California,
Irvine and California Polytechnic State University. They argue that it’s difficult
for today’s politicians to claim that gerrymandered districts occurred by accident:
For the full story, please visit https://theconversation.com/the-supreme-court-takes-on-gerrymandering-6-essential-reads-79822.
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