Should congressional districts be drawn by non-partisan groups? | The Tylt
Gerrymandering is a strategy by which a political party redraws congressional districts in order to unfairly favor one party or candidate. Using either "packing" (filling a district with every voter of a particular demographic) or "cracking," (dividing up consolidated groups of voters of a specific demographic so as to diminish their voting power) lawmakers are able to exert overwhelming control on elections. Many citizens are pushing for districts to be drawn by non-political committees rather than politicians. What do you think?
Should congressional districts be drawn by non-partisan groups?
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