The nature of Maryland’s gerrymander is distinct because of the way that Republicans have to be distributed in order for Democrats to gain partisan advantage (LSE USAPP Blog)
3/21/18 On January 3, 2017, President Trump claimed that there was “substantial evidence” of voter fraud in the 2016 election, enough to have denied him a popular vote victory.
My first podcast with UCS has been posted this week, where we talk about the science of representation and the role that science plays in election law and voting rights
2/21/18 Earlier this week, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court released its much-awaited Congressional redistricting plan to replace a 2012 Republican-drawn plan which it recently ruled to be an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander.
1/26/18 2018 is promising to be far more consequential than your average midterm election year. Equation blog post.
3/5/18 My Got Science? interview on the UCS podcast: https://soundcloud.com/gotscience/ep-27-how-science-can-make-voting-fair
On January 20th, 2017, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of these United States. By the time the president-elect had actually taken office, he had already put into motion his intent to see through a radical transformation of the nation’s electoral laws.(UCS blog.)