Category Archives: Gerrymandering

Due to SCOTUS: The Math of Total Disenfranchisement

Due to SCOTUS:  The Math of Total Disenfranchisement The Supreme Court has ruled that it is indeed not Supreme, but that States should determine their own district allocations or gerrymandering.  We will review the present consequences of that. One objection … Continue reading

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Oh No, Not Iowa and New Hampshire Again?

Oh No, Not Iowa and New Hampshire Again? News and candidates are already eyeing the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary for President in 2020.  Iowa is Feb. 3, and New Hampshire has to be by Feb. 11.  Iowa … Continue reading

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New Trump -ocracies, Part 2

New Trump -ocracies, Part 2 We have more -ocratic forms of Trump’s ruling methods, that would make the previous part 1 too long, so we include them here.  Other than my level classification of  “you can’t make this stuff up” … Continue reading

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Ohio Gerrymandering, and the 12th District Special Election

Ohio Gerrymandering, and the 12th District Special Election We will look at Gerrymandering in Ohio from a few viewpoints, and then the Ohio 12th special election. Ohio has 16 Congressional Districts, and they are currently 12 Republican and 4 Democratic. … Continue reading

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