Tag Archives: gerrymandering

Now What?

So we’ve survived the first week of Trump’s presidency. Have some cake. If you were one of the many people who took part in activism, pat yourself on the back. If you weren’t, it’s not too late to start. It’s … Continue reading

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Minimal Electoral Map

During a discussion on whether the electoral college is still a good idea, someone brought up the point that it’s possible to win the electoral vote but lose the popular vote, and pretty badly at that. So I wrote a … Continue reading

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Another Political Tool

(No, not Tom DeLay. <rimshot>) GovTrack has a page that shows congressional districts as a Google Maps layer. This means that unlike the maps at NationalAtlas.gov you can easily zoom in to see the crinkly bits that make gerrymandered districts … Continue reading

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