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Once again, legislators threaten voters’ rights
There are certain truisms. Fish swim. Dogs eat garbage if they get the opportunity. Legislators gerrymander. They also will fight any attempt by voters to limit their power and make the political...
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U.S. Supreme Court
Professor uncovers evidence of gerrymandering in ...
Following a recent Duke study which calls into question the fairness of North Carolina’s elections, some politicians are looking to introduce legislation to correct the issues. Jonathan Mattingly,...
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North Carolina General Assembly
Harris’ tough job is about to get much harder
However, the deadline for candidates to formally declare their candidacy to replace Boxer isn’t until March 16, 2016, 427 days from now, give or take, and the general election is not until Nov. 3,...
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The Sacramento Bee
Repair this broken system
Drawing representative district lines to favor the political party in power is nearly as old as the republic itself. It's a strategy both Democrats and Republicans use to protect majorities and which...
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Pelath calls for boosting Indiana's wage, educati...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - House Minority Leader Scott Pelath (PEE'-lath) says Democrats will be pressing to increase Indiana's minimum wage and other changes to help middle class families during the...
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A look ahead to Arizona politics in 2015
With the new year upon us, there are a host of issues state leaders likely will face in 2015. Here are 10 things to watch for in Arizona politics and government for the coming year. The Arizona...
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East Valley Tribune
Jefferson City News Tribune
The Wilmington Star-News
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Santa Fe Citizen Redistricting
Think you got what it takes to be on Santa Fe's first-ever
Independent Redistricting Commission
? Earlier this year, Santa Fe voters approved a change to the city charter calling for an appointed...
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