SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Warren E. Milteer Jr.
Political factions and then organized parties have fought over the size, composition and geographical ordering of the electorate since the founding. This legacy today undermines the legitimacy of government and the political will to protect the right to vote.
SOURCE: Public Seminar
by Heather Cox Richardson
"For a century now, the machinery of redistricting has favored rural whites. With the 2020 census information reinforcing the idea that white, rural Americans are under siege, it seems unlikely that lawmakers in Republican states will want to rebalance the system."
If approved, the request could throw a wrench into redistricting plans in many states.
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