Gerrymandering is the manipulation of the boundaries of (an electoral constituency) so as to favor one party or class. Gerrymandering has long been a problem election landscapes. The topic is up for adjudication again in Gill v. Whitford.
I said MATH. With an "a." I don't think I've ever been excited about a math equation, but the most recent episode of More Perfect from Radio Lab has me hopped up on arithmetic today!
You can listen to the latest episode by WNYC's RadioLab project More Perfect below and learn more about the topics discussed in the episode here:
- The Efficiency Gap | The Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law
- Ginsburg Slaps Gorsuch in Gerrymandering Case | The New Yorker
- The Supreme Court Takes Up a Major Gerrymandering Case | The New Yorker
- Gill v. Whitford | OYEZ