The Strange Geometry of Gerrymandering

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When lawmakers control the redistricting process – as they do in most states – self-interest inevitably plays a big role in how electoral maps are redrawn. It puts the power in the hands of incumbent legislators eager to squash political competition. A Republican lawmaker would likely want to redraw

Source:: The Lowdown