State to pay $147,000 for 'special master' and team's political maps
- June 3, 2022
- Jonathan Cervas and Bernie Grofman, poli sci, Times Union, June 3, 2022
The state of New York has to pay the redistricting "special master" and his team more than $147,000 for drawing New York's congressional and state Senate maps after the Court of Appeals threw out Democrat-drawn maps saying they violated the state Constitution. … It goes to a team of six, led by Dr. Jonathan Cervas, a Carnegie Mellon University political scientist and redistricting expert …. Cervas enlisted Bernard Grofman, a political scientist at the University of California Irvine and a redistricting expert, as a consultant.
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