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For several North Carolina counties, the General Assembly’s new election maps may misrepresent the actual population counts by around 20%.
For several North Carolina counties, the General Assembly’s new election maps may misrepresent the actual population counts by around 20%.
 
A court ruling will force N.C. lawmakers to redraw state House and Senate election maps for 2020. Regardless of how that process plays out, the state will need another set of new maps in 2021.
A court ruling will force N.C. lawmakers to redraw state House and Senate election maps for 2020. Regardless of how that process plays out, the state will need another set of new maps in 2021.
 
Most debate about gerrymandering reform focuses on partisan outcomes. Reformers argue that objectionable election maps favor one major political party while hurting the other.
Most debate about gerrymandering reform focuses on partisan outcomes. Reformers argue that objectionable election maps favor one major political party while hurting the other.
 
A nonpartisan commission would replace lawmakers in drawing election maps if a bill introduced Wednesday becomes law.
A nonpartisan commission would replace lawmakers in drawing election maps if a bill introduced Wednesday becomes law.
 
If the U.S. Supreme Court is ready to drop the topic of partisan gerrymandering, a legal brief filed this month on behalf of N.C. legislative leaders could help bolster their decision
If the U.S. Supreme Court is ready to drop the topic of partisan gerrymandering, a legal brief filed this month on behalf of N.C. legislative leaders could help bolster their decision
 
Courts have been dealing with gerrymandering - the redrawing of legislative district lines to further a particular political interest - for more than 50 years
Courts have been dealing with gerrymandering - the redrawing of legislative district lines to further a particular political interest - for more than 50 years
 
Chairmen of the N.C. House and Senate redistricting committees are taking aim at the Stanford law professor who is redrawing legislative election maps under the order of a three-judge federal panel
Chairmen of the N.C. House and Senate redistricting committees are taking aim at the Stanford law professor who is redrawing legislative election maps under the order of a three-judge federal panel
 
Draw North Carolina's election maps fairly, and we'll end up with representation that more closely resembles this state's tight partisan split. Right?
Draw North Carolina's election maps fairly, and we'll end up with representation that more closely resembles this state's tight partisan split. Right?
 
Gerrymandering is bad. North Carolina needs to reform its process of drawing election maps, a process known as redistricting.
Gerrymandering is bad. North Carolina needs to reform its process of drawing election maps, a process known as redistricting.
 
It's a basic concept: Limit comparisons to items that can be compared reasonably. But too much of today's political discourse relies instead on apples-to-oranges comparisons, those comparisons that are unreasonable or perhaps impossible.
It's a basic concept: Limit comparisons to items that can be compared reasonably. But too much of today's political discourse relies instead on apples-to-oranges comparisons, those comparisons that are unreasonable or perhaps impossible.
 
If a three-judge federal court panel does not freeze its order to redraw a new congressional election map by Feb. 19 the result would be voter confusion, inability to protect the integrity of the electoral process, suppressed voter and candidate turnout, and more than $12 million of increased taxpay
If a three-judge federal court panel does not freeze its order to redraw a new congressional election map by Feb. 19 the result would be voter confusion, inability to protect the integrity of the electoral process, suppressed voter and candidate turnout, and more than $12 million of increased taxpay
 
House, Senate caucuses grow despite drop in statewide popular vote margins
 
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