David Daley

journalist and author

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In the year 2000, legal dispute over the failure of Florida's voting machinery led to the selection of President George W. Bush by the US Supreme Court.

US elections: Repaired… or fixed?

In the year 2000, legal dispute over the failure of Florida's voting machinery led to the selection of President George W. Bush by the US Supreme Court.

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After every census, legislatures around the country draw up new boundaries for congressional districts…and for their own.

High Court hears a major gerrymandering case

After every census, legislatures around the country draw up new boundaries for congressional districts…and for their own.

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It seems that gerrymandering -- the process of setting voting districts to the benefit of a certain party -- is as old as the electoral process itself.

Are Republicans Winning Through the Gerrymander?

It seems that gerrymandering -- the process of setting voting districts to the benefit of a certain party -- is as old as the electoral process itself.

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