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Daley explains what SCOTUS punt on gerrymandering means for fair elections

Daley explains what SCOTUS punt on gerrymandering means for fair elections

With the Supreme Court ruling (or not ruling) on the two partisan gerrymandering cases this week, FairVote Senior Fellow David Daley has been extremely visible in the press, talking about what the punt by SCOTUS means for fair elections this year, next year and beyond.

Additionally, Daley has been prominent on opinion pages across the country. Here’s a quick round-up:

How the Supreme Court made gerrymandering worseNew York Daily News

The only people who can fix gerrymandering now are votersWashington Post (and picked up in the Chicago Tribune, among others)

Voters are taking on the challenge to make elections more fairBoston Globe

After the Supreme Court’s artful dodge, expect the 2020 gerrymander to be much, much worseSalon

Daley was also one of the experts interviewed for the MSNBC special on gerrymandering, “How to Fix an Election.”

He’ll continue to be making the case about how fair representation – ranked choice voting and multimember districts – can render gerrymandering needless, here on our blog “Voices and Choices” and in the media world.

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