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North Carolina’s Second Route to Redistricting Reform

September 4th, 2018, 10:47am by Sam Wang


The path to redistricting reform in North Carolina has gone through federal courts – but looks shaky at the moment. New in the Washington Post, Rick Ober and I point out a second path, through state courts. This second path does not require a federal standard!

Also in the Post, here’s a beautiful visualization of the causes and consequences of the Tar Heel Gerrymander.

Tags: Redistricting

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