By David Hawkings and Nathan L. GonzalesPosted February 6, 2018 at 3:39pm
Courts are weighing in as never before on whether gerrymandering can be too political. If red and blue can no longer constitutionally dominate the mapmakers’ work, what are they to do? As Roll Call election analyst Nathan Gonzales explains, it’s very difficult to draw districts that are at once competitive, compact and fair to minority voters. And the 2018 primaries are about to get started.
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- Supreme Court Halts North Carolina Redistricting
- The Atlas of Redistricting – Five Thirty Eight
More from Roll Call Decoder on gerrymandering:
The Many Ways to Draw a Gerrymander
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