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Camilla van Gerbig 🔸🔶 FBPE 🕷 Jan 18
No doubt Gove, Johnson, Cummings & the ERG are salivating at the prospect of much the same here.
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Steve Hall Jan 15
Ending and creating competitive legislative districts will have the side-effect of making more representatives accountable to their constituents rather than party leadership.
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Maddow Fan😄 22m
please remind abt the and ask him how to get around those
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John Maerz Jan 17
Or just eliminate by making it illegal like actual democracies do.
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Beth Matuga 17h
Term limits at the state leg level are the most insidious cause of dysfunction save for They destroy collegiality that makes the process possible, encourage people to run for things for which they aren't qualified, & place an unnecessary focus on fundraising 💸
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Easttown Dems 11h
🚩🚩🚩 Thread: PA Republicans never saw a scheme they didn't like
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Red Green New Deal 🥑🔰🏍 5h
Gonna be some questions for sure.
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The Redistrict Network Jan 15
On November 3, 2020, all 435 House seats are up for election. In 86% of house races, we now know which party will win the general election before it even starts.
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Kyle Marchand Jan 18
cheats in everything! in politics to win elections and stealing signs in baseball to win the World Series!
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Elbridge Gerry Jan 16
ALWAYS read the fine print. Back in 1812, I thought I was signing up for a lovely timeshare in Nantucket. Turned out I was actually signing some weird, lizard-looking voting maps and "destroying democracy" by inventing "."🤦‍♂️
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#nts 5h
The + are like training wheels for the & associated anti-majority minority.
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Simi Colon 2h
I knew was about but I did NOT know it was for financial gain as well.
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| Rod Rizk ⟩ Jan 16
is a practice intended to establish an unfair advantage for a particular party or group by manipulating district boundaries, which is most commonly used in first-past-the-post systems.
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curious gazelle Jan 17
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Brooke S. West 20h
To prevent and make sure money and power are allocated more appropriately, we must make sure everyone is counted. makes a strong case for the huge importance of the - making sure it happens and participating!
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Indivisible Katy Huddle Jan 16
This is undemocratic! Everyone deserves a voice and a vote that counts!
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Podcast Recs Jan 17
The Rusted Culture , hosted by , takes a look at today's politics with a few weird, offbeat stories on the side. In this clip from a recent episode, the topic of is discussed:
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Niall McKenna ™ Jan 18
What's the story with zero political posters in for ? Anything to do with the move from to by any chance?
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The Redistrict Network Jan 12
. is the only major candidate that has publicly stated support for both ranked choice voting and ending on his policies page.
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FairDistrictsOhio 3h
Gerrymandering in the Nation Today by Kevin Han January 18, 2020
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