2018-01-11 20:08:20

North Carolina's Anti-Gerrymandering Ruling Hopeful Signal for 2018

North Carolina is a purple state, but the gerrymandered district lines heavily favor Republicans. A panel of judges has ruled that the clear display of partisanship warrants new district lines to be drawn. Bill Press sits down with Senior VP for Communications and Strategy at Center for American Progress Daniella Gibbs Leger to discuss the historic ruling.

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