Eric McGhee

Public Policy Institute of California

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Eric McGhee is a research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California and a former contributor to the political science blog Monkey Cage.

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The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a  challenge to legislative gerrymandering  in Wisconsin.

SCOTUS takes up gerrymandering

The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to legislative gerrymandering in Wisconsin.

from To the Point

California's Democratic Party  will convene tomorrow night in Los Angeles to hear speeches and endorse candidates in this year's elections.

Is California's Democratic Party Keeping Up with Voters?

California's Democratic Party will convene tomorrow night in Los Angeles to hear speeches and endorse candidates in this year's elections.

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Republicans warned about voter fraud in last year's elections, while Democrats said the big threat to a fair outcome was voter ID.

Gerrymandering and Political Gridlock on Capitol Hill

Republicans warned about voter fraud in last year's elections, while Democrats said the big threat to a fair outcome was voter ID.

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