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“Keith Gaddie—Thinking About Gerrymandering”

Here’s a video of Keith giving a lecture at the  University of Missouri Kinder Institute discussing whether partisanship is too unstable to measure for purposes of discerning partisan gerrrymandering. … Continue reading ?
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Academics / Political Science : Election Law

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