Harvard Gazette: How to spot a gerrymandered district? Compare it to fair ones.

Harvard Gazette: How to spot a gerrymandered district? Compare it to fair ones.. “Called ‘redist,’ the tool creates a vast pool of alternate nonpartisan plans (upwards of 5,000 to 10,000) that can be compared to a map that’s being proposed or has already been enacted by local legislators or redistricting committees. This pool of nonpartisan baseline maps makes it possible to see whether the new map fairly represents the new shifts shown in the Census, or is an outlier.”

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