“California and the Limits of Independent Redistricting Commissions with Winner-Take-All”

FairVote: Three months after the 2012 election, independent redistricting continues to gain attention as a panacea for American congressional elections. Making the case from the quantitative flank is Sam Wang, professor of neuroscience at Princeton and founder of the Princeton … Continue reading

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“Process Failure and Transparency Reform in Local Redistricting: Harnessing the Power of 21st-Century Technologies to Fix 19th-Century Democracies”

Michael Halberstam has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Election Law Journal). Here is the abstract: Redistricting reform during this cycle has pushed for greater transparency in redistricting, more public participation, the removal of redistricting from the hands of legislatures, … Continue reading

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