Redistricting Reform: Mapping Our Future

Posted on February 27, 2017


Common Cause, the Campaign Legal Center, and Duke University’s Center for Political Leadership, Innovation, and Service (POLIS) co-hosted a conference to highlight efforts around the country to end the undemocratic practice of drawing legislative districts for political advantage, also known as “gerrymandering.” Panel discussions featured leaders of national and state advocacy campaigns to reform our broken redistricting system. Ahead of their publication in Election Law Journal, winners of Common Cause’s “Gerrymander Standard” writing competition discussed their innovative ideas to create a judicial standard for measuring political gerrymanders.

Day 1- Part 1

Day 1- Part 2

Day 2

Office: Common Cause National, Common Cause North Carolina

Issues: Voting and Elections

Tags: Redistricting

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