How Scotus Could Make Elections Fairer (Opinion)

Joshua A. Douglas is a law professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law who specializes in election law, voting rights, and constitutional law.
Similarly, some point to partisan redistricting after the 2010 census as the main reason Republicans retained the House in 2012.
It must scrutinize carefully any election law passed primarily to benefit the party in power.
The result was that a majority could not agree on a test to measure partisan gerrymandering, and without any meaningful checks the practice flourished.
The answer should be easy: the Constitution exists to prevent the very kind of political entrenchment that partisan gerrymandering represents.

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