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Five myths about gerrymandering

Pennsylvania’s gerrymandered House map was just struck down — with huge implications for 2018

Adventures in Extreme Gerrymandering: See the Fair and Wildly Unfair Maps We Made for Pennsylvania

Please pay attention to ALEC's attempt at reversing the 17th Amendment.  The Kochs, Mercers and others know states can not be gerrymandered but state senators' and house members' can. 

A Restoration of the Constitutional Intent of our Founding Fathers: Repeal of the Seventeenth Amendment                          ALEC and Koch Brothers Want to Gerrymander the Senate

What is ALEC you ask?   John Oliver explains (Rated R, HBO):

​​​The really sad part of campaign fundraising is that most of it is not even necessary.  Most Senate

and House races are decided before the election through Gerrymandering:  

The Maps That Kill Competition

​​Everything you need to know about the Supreme Court’s big gerrymandering case

The New Front in the Gerrymandering Wars: Democracy vs. Math

How Redistricting Became a Technological Arms Race

​Republicans are so much better than Democrats at gerrymandering 

Report: Gerrymandering gave Republicans advantage in House, state elections

​Democrats Must Become America’s Anti-Gerrymandering Party

BUT  How Democrats Gerrymandered Their Way to Victory in Maryland

​Editorial  At what point does politics-as-usual become unconstitutional?

​History frowns on partisan gerrymandering

​ Rated R (HBO): 

Uh, How Does Gerrymandering Work Again?        Is Gerrymandering My Fault?

How to Make Congress Bipartisan


The Supreme Court Finds North Carolina's Racial Gerrymandering Unconstitutional

How This Supreme Court Case Will Affect the Next Election

Formula Measures Impact of Partisan Gerrymandering

Opinion People who draw district lines should not have access to party registration numbers

Analysis indicates partisan gerrymandering has benefited GOP

In North Carolina, Republicans Stung by Court Rulings Aim to Change the Judges

​​Why Libertarians - and Others - Should Care About Gerrymandering

Gerrymandering opponents turn to ballot initiatives to redraw lines

Democrats eye gains in Pennsylvania trial on 'goofy' gerrymandering

'This is a gerrymandered map,' West Chester professor says in redistricting trial

​The State of Redistricting Litigation (November 2017 Edition)

Two Ways of Looking at Gerrymandering

Court throws out NC congressional map again

​​In a Comically Drawn Pennsylvania District, the Voters Are Not Amused

How the GOP Rigs Elections

​The State of Redistricting Litigation (Late January 2018 Edition)