Loyola Law School Los Angeles
Southern Coalition for Social Justice
Every 10 years, states redraw voting districts in order to keep up with a changing population. But the very politicians who will be elected by the maps draw them, meaning there's strong incentive to create districts that maximize political advantage and, in the process, dilute the will of voters and destroy democracy. How has this gerrymandering affected politics today, and how can we work to stop it in 2020?
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