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The case could have major implications for redistricting because, thus far, the Supreme Court has not been able to agree on a standard for deciding when a map goes too far. The Wisconsin case could at last give it that opportunity. What makes the gerrymander in Wisconsin especially bad? Gerrymandering comes in many varieties, but the kind of gerrymandering that took place this decade in Wisconsin and a handful of other states is among the worst. At a statewide level, Wisconsin is a quintessential battleground where races are often decided by only a few percentage points.

Contrast that to the state assembly map the Republicans drew: In , they won 60 of the 99 seats in the Wisconsin Assembly despite winning only This is an odd outcome for a state like Wisconsin, where statewide elections are very close, and voters for both major parties are fairly evenly spread across the state.

Voters in Wisconsin, like voters in battleground states in general, are not starkly clustered by party. For example, there are substantial pockets of Democratic voters in places like Vernon County and other rural and small towns, where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton nearly evenly split the vote. The same sort of aggressive gerrymandering has distorted the U. Congress as well. Why is it urgent that the Supreme Court take action against partisan gerrymandering now?

What is Kobo Super Points?

Americans across the political spectrum agree by wide margins that gerrymandering is bad. In , a Harris poll found that seven in ten Americans agreed that those who stand to benefit from drawing electoral lines should not have a say in the way those lines are drawn.

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