Gerrymandering: How to Turn the Tables on a Rigged Game.

Gerrymandering is a primary source of political dysfunction.

Here’s how it works; why it’s bad; and what you can do about it.

Gerrymandering is the process of creating “safe” congressional districts — districts that are overwhelmingly filled with the registered voters of only one party.

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George J. Chanos, Esq. served as Nevada’s 31st Attorney General. His books, “Seize Your Destiny” and “Millennial Samurai” are available on Amazon.com

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George J. Chanos

George J. Chanos

George J. Chanos, Esq. served as Nevada’s 31st Attorney General. His books, “Seize Your Destiny” and “Millennial Samurai” are available on Amazon.com

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