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Gerrymandering and the Art of Legal Election Fraud

In any representative democracy, changes in population and territory necessitate redistricting, so as to give equal value to all voters. This idea, popularly known as “one person, one vote,” is crucial for the preservation and promotion of true democracy. Unfortunately, the people who decide exactly how to best draw a district are politicians, who are less concerned with proper representation ...

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