Gerrymandering has long been a problem in the process of choosing elected officials globally, but it is especially a problem in the United States, where political redistricting occurs every two years in response to changes in population distribution and density. The term itself arose in 1820 in Massachusetts as the Democratic-Republican governor, Elbridge Gerry, approved a redistricting plan that…
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