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From the Princeton Election Consortium Blog

Wednesday August 11, 2021

We need your help in North Carolina

by Zachariah Sippy

This week, the Princeton Gerrymandering Project launched our Redistricting Report Card, in partnership with RepresentUS. This project scores proposed redistricting maps on their geographic features, competitiveness, and partisan fairness, while also providing an in-depth view of the estimated partisanship and minority composition of each district in the plan.  Our tool runs on a robust algorithm […]