This week, the sports and politics polling blog FiveThirtyEight released its Atlas of Redistricting. It takes a comprehensive look at the mapping possibilities for every congressional… Read more “The FiveThirtyEight Blog Releases the Atlas of Redistricting. The Maps are Impressive but Unusable”
North Carolina – From the Charlotte Observer Politics & Government section: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/politics-government/article134756399.html/video-embed
Long overlooked in the context of redistricting, prisoners are counted by the U.S. Census Bureau as residents of the institutions they are incarcerated in. The goal of… Read more “Understanding Prison Gerrymandering and Its Cure: Prisoner Reallocation”
Stanford Law Review president Michael Mestitz explains three Voting Rights Act cases before the Supreme Court this term in layman’s terms. Read the article here.
The U.S. population is becoming increasingly diverse. Many regions have significant populations for which English is not their first language, to address this the Voting Rights Act… Read more “Language Minority Provisions of the Voting Right Act”
This video explains the process of redistricting on the state level.
The U.S. Census Bureau explains the reapportionment process which occurs every decade.