Voting

Kagan on Gerrymandering

Editors’ Note: History has a way of  teaching  us that the wisdom of  SCOTUS dissents evolve to become the rule of law.  Excerpted from HuffPost, October 28, 2019. By Sam Levine In a 5-4 decision this past June, the U.S…. Read More ›

Protecting the National Electoral Process

In its first issue (March 25, 2018, The Gerrymander Effect in State and National Elections), VoxFairfax characterized the Electoral College results stemming from the 2016 presidential election as a national gerrymander. Subsequent evaluation of the election results (April 6, 2018,… Read More ›