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Sam Wang is a professor at Princeton University. He is founder of the Princeton Gerrymandering Project. Ben Williams and Rick Ober are legal analysts at the Princeton Gerrymandering Project.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
How Gerrymandering Reform Can Win in the States
Despite severe gerrymandering, Democrats stand a strong chance this November of regaining power in statehouses across America. If they realize those gains nationwide, they can use the resulting pro-reform climate to level the playing field for the next decade. Increasingly, voters live near...