Gerrymandering is designing a district to help one party win it. It results in keeping incumbents in office or a political party in power. Use the links on the right to learn more.
There are many different tools used to accomplish gerrymandering. Learn more at https://tagtx.org/about-gerrymandering/tools-of-gerrymandering/.
Gerrymandering affects everyone. Learn more at https://tagtx.org/about-gerrymandering/impacts-of-gerrymandering/.
Gerrymandering is a solvable problem. Learn more at https://tagtx.org/about-gerrymandering/how-to-fix-it/.
Texas is one of the most gerrymandered states. Learn more at https://tagtx.org/about-gerrymandering/gerrymandering-in-texes/.
Learn about gerrymandering history and laws at https://tagtx.org/about-gerrymandering/gerrymandering-history-and-laws/.
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