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WI: Judge tells governor to hold election -> Governor tries to change law to postpone election— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) March 28, 2018
PA: Judges throw out gerrymandered map -> GOP tries to impeach judges
NC: Judges declare laws unconstitutional -> GOP tries to change how judges are selectedhttps://t.co/J4zcpaOOVu
There are thousands of laws on the books that are not delegated to the federal government in the Constitution, but we seem to abide bymost of them most of the time.
So, you think the question of citizenship should be in the census?
Great idea! How could anyone think it's a good idea to let politicians pick their voters? It's the death of representative democracy to engineer the system to discount votes based on partisan affiliation, race, economic status ,etc. Anyone who likes gerrymandering hates America. https://t.co/gI8GZSFIn1— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) September 24, 2018
Be aware. The “blue wave” is going to hit gerrymandered walls. It is not certain that the wave will reach the shores of justice. But Republican gerrymanders CAN be overcome if people turn out and vote in record numbers. That’s what it will take. VOTE!! https://t.co/k3arJxe0pZ— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) October 29, 2018
1/ Gerrymandering has backfired for Republicans in Dallas County.— Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) November 8, 2018
Republicans had hoped to keep a majority of Texas House seats there when they redrew district boundaries.
Now, they hold onto only two of 14. #Midterms2018 #Election2018 #txlegehttps://t.co/1OAX3OEvJW pic.twitter.com/tIMkld6gPC