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Coming soon to a powwow near you…

June 10th, 2019, 12:04pm by Sam Wang


This summer, I’ll be on a panel at Netroots Nation to talk about state-level strategies to achieve fair districting. It will be in Philadelphia from July 11-13. Our panel’s on the first day.

The other panelists are great. They include a member of the California redistricting commission, widely considered to be a bipartisan success. The Princeton Gerrymandering Project is similarly nonpartisan. We are open to a wide variety of audiences and allies, including Netroots Nation, a progressive gathering.

Tags: Redistricting

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  • Bob Kline

    So Sam, what do you make of the argument by Roberts et al that Federal Courts are essentially incapable of ascertaining a fact basis and appropriate standards to curb abusive exercises of political power via gerrymandering?

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