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Gerrymandering

See how cracking a political party’s voters into more districts or packing party voters into fewer districts can assure more wins. Plus, get an update on political mapmaking across the U.S., and why it matters.

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STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Top GOP lawmaker should follow through, set hearing on nonpartisan redistricting now that Dane County has acted

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STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Instead of throwing millions of public dollars at lawyers to fight over gerrymandering, Wisconsin should adopt Iowa's proven method for fair maps.

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A four-term Democratic incumbent (I) faces a Republican challenger in the Nov. 3 election for an Assembly seat that covers parts of the Far West Side of Madison, Cross Plains, Middleton, Verona and Waunakee.

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A four-term Democratic incumbent (I) faces a Republican challenger in the Nov. 3 election for an Assembly seat that covers parts of the Far West Side of Madison, Cross Plains, Middleton, Verona and Waunakee.

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A restaurant owner who won a crowded Democratic primary in August faces a Republican college senior in the race to represent Madison's Isthmus and East Side in the Nov. 3 election. The term is for two years.

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Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, is opposed to Gov. Tony Evers' plan to redraw Wisconsin's legislative maps in a fair and nonpartisan way. Instead he wants to replicate what Republican lawmakers did in 2010, when they paid a law firm to draw the maps in secret to give Republicans the biggest advantage possible.  

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