Rory Foulger


Gerrymandering, the practice of redrawing district boundaries in an area in order to distribute voters in a way which benefits a specific party, is a much discussed issue in the United States. In the US, district lines must be redrawn after every census, so once every ten years. In most states, the party in charge at the time gets to choose where those lines go. This has a huge impact on the results of any election, and is especially important in presidential elections.... Read More