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No politican campaign on his new gerrymandering plan.

Politicians do not openly campaign for gerrymandering, since doing so would appeal only to the hardcore supporters of their party. In districts where such people form the majority gerrymandering would be redundant, in regions where they donít openly calling for gerrymandering would backfire.

When politicians want to change the voting system in their favor, they must present alternative explanations for their motives. For example, in many states Democrats want to restore voting rights to people with criminal records. Likewise, Republicans want to prevent people without valid IDs from voting. In both cases the politicians insist that they motives have nothing to do with partisan politics.







Republicans want to prevent people without valid IDs from voting.


More like Democrats what to prevent voter ID laws to make it easier for them to stuff balot boxes. Funny how Democrats don't have a problem with requiring IDs to even enter government buildings.

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When politicians want to change the voting system in their favor, they must present alternative explanations for their motives.
Not every law that get's passed get's well explained by those who pass it.
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