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gerry-mandering

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  • Legislatures will have far-left or far-right incumbents because gerry-mandering or some fluke of demographics gave them a more extremist voting base.

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  • Gridlock could be avoided even with the lobbying issues if gerry-mandering and fundraising rules didn't give incumbents such a ridiculous advantage.

    Happy Hour Roundup

  • Not many people complaint about the race-based gerry-mandering that has taken place in our country for decades.

    Should 2010 census ask, 'Are you a US citizen?'

  • Ohio House Democrats for missing a deadline to place a constitutional amendment on the May ballot to reform the undemocratic practice of gerry-mandering

    WN.com - Business News

  • Tory accusations over gerry-mandering are wide of the mark - reform will not be in place until after this year's general election - but with zero consultation, the PM has given the impression that he is forcing change from on high for his own benefit.

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  • At the time, they insisted they were not "dumbing down" the test or "gerry-mandering" the results, but merely readjusting a cutscore that was too high in the first place.

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  • California is majorily ***** by the most heinous gerry-mandering ever seen.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

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