5 results for tag: redistricting
Fairness, least change and gerrylaundering
Governor Evers asked the commission to create legislative and congressional maps without partisan bias or advantage, while holding true to traditional redistricting criteria.
Gerrymandering: the practice of dividing or arranging a territorial unit into election districts in a way that gives one political party an unfair advantage in elections
Let’s resolve to have fair maps
In Wisconsin, our legislative maps are in the 10-year process of being redrawn.
Doing redistricting right
We know that gerrymandering is undemocratic and antithetical to good governance. We know leaving redistricting to the politicians of either party is a mistake.
Wisconsin legislators fail to represent constituents yet again
There are three things that voters throughout Wisconsin, whether they live in a red district or a blue district, agree on: increasing the minimum wage, expanding access to Medicaid, and non-partisan redistricting.