Tags : Election 2022

Gerrymandering: A Brief History

According to dictionary.com, gerrymandering (in US politics) is the dividing of a state, county, etc., into election districts to give one political party a majority in many districts while concentrating the voting strength of the other party into as few districts as possible. Every ten years in the United States, we have a census and […]Read More

Opinion: Will the Republican Party regain control of the House?

Assuming the accuracy in polling, how is it possible that Republicans have a shot at reclaiming the majority in the legislative branch of Congress? Although nothing is certain, we are more than 10-months away from the midterm elections and to reward the Republican Party with any keys of legitimacy might be the greatest indictment of  […]Read More

Explained: Congressional Redistricting

After the months-long delay, the Census Bureau released the results of the 2020 census in early August. It is providing updated demographic information and launches the redistricting process. A highly contentious fight for congressional and legislative power is well underway — as the first drafts of congressional maps were released in mid-September. Redistricting occurs once […]Read More

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