GOOD NEWS, DEMOCRATS: You Aren't Gerrymandering Victims

op-ed | Josh Silver
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Entrenched political operatives on both sides use partisan gerrymandering. It is institutionalized corruption

To Gerrymander Or Not To Gerrymander

op-ed | John Bianchi

Redistricting is a case of the unintended consequences of giving unnecessary power to the state.

Gerrymandering Is An Issue For Elected Officials, Not The Supreme Court

Opinion | John Ryder
The U.S. Supreme Court building is pictured in Washington, DC, U.S. on June 26, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas/File Photo

The plaintiffs in Gill v. Whitford are asking justices to determine what the “fair” balance of parties in state legislatures is.

SCOTUS Redistricting Decision Put Interests Of Democrats Before Rule Of Law

Opinion | John Ryder
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The court ignored precedent and separation of powers in the North Carolina redistricting case.

If Even Clarence Thomas Is Fed Up With North Carolina Republicans...

Opinion | David Benkof
Justice Clarence Thomas speaks to Julian Bond for the University of Virginia Black Leadership Series. (Photo: YouTube screen grab/University of Virginia)

Race is irrelevant to electoral politics. What’s wrong with the Tar Heel State?

Gerrymandering: What's In A Name?

Opinion | John Opdycke
WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 26: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the 44th Annual Congressional Black Caucus legislative conference on September 26, 2014 in Washington, DC. It was announced recently that Holder will be stepping down from his position, which he has held since the start of the Obama administration in 2009. (Photo: T.J. Kirkpatrick/Getty Images)

Partisan redistricting is just another attempt to game the system.

Suing To Win Elections

Opinion | Thomas Ascik
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Democrats seek to undo the six-year tide of Republican “populist” electoral success.