Entrenched political operatives on both sides use partisan gerrymandering. It is institutionalized corruption
Redistricting is a case of the unintended consequences of giving unnecessary power to the state.
The plaintiffs in Gill v. Whitford are asking justices to determine what the “fair” balance of parties in state legislatures is.
The court ignored precedent and separation of powers in the North Carolina redistricting case.
Race is irrelevant to electoral politics. What’s wrong with the Tar Heel State?
Partisan redistricting is just another attempt to game the system.
Democrats seek to undo the six-year tide of Republican “populist” electoral success.