Author: Rahil Prakash

Rahil is an avid fan of politics and government from across the world. Primarily basing his interests in U.S. politics, he often keeps up with current events and especially elections going on throughout the world. He's also a major proponent of fair redistricting and often creates alternative ungerrymandered maps for congress and state legislatures. Find him on Twitter @RahilPolitics.

Ohio redistricting has been characterized by aggressive gerrymanders for the last several cycles, but with a new system that was to help “un-gerrymander” the state; has it fallen flat on its promises? The drama that has unfolded in the 2020 redistricting cycle has not been seen in any other state. The Hope for Change In 2018, Ohio Voters overwhelmingly approved new changes to the state’s congressional redistricting process. This proposed amendment to the Constitution promised to: End the partisan process for drawing congressional districts, and replace it with a process promoting bipartisanship, keeping communities together, and having districts be more…

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