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Mexico's Election Policy Revolution

Posted on What's New by Author Lane Baldwin on April 04, 2017
Mexico's Election Policy Revolution

In 2014 the Mexican Government, lead by President Enrique Pena Nieto, adopted an electoral reform package containing a number of policies such as the adoption of an independent redistricting commission. This changes have been hailed by reformers, but also include more controversial policies such as the easing of a ban on re-election to the legislature.

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2016 Senate Races and the End of Split Ticket Voting

Posted on Quick News by Author Lane Baldwin on March 15, 2017

In 2016, for the first time in American history, every US Senate race went to the winner of the state presidential vote, contradicting a the widely held belief that negative views of Trump and Clinton would lead to large amounts of split ticket voting and electoral divergence. While many were surprised by the unprecedented nationalization of voting trends, this was the culmination of partisan trends that have been growing for decades.

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Gerrymandering and its Effect on Fair Representation

Posted on What's New by Author Lane Baldwin on February 22, 2017
Gerrymandering and its Effect on Fair Representation

In their recent report, the Campaign Legal Center documents the effect that gerrymandering can have on election results.

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