I’m an Md. Democrat, but I’m voting Republican until gerrymandering ends

March 30, 2016

The Washington Post

Gerrymandering is a form of disenfranchisement and election fraud and should not be tolerated. Gerrymandering reform will not be achieved at the national level until voters demand it at the state level and make it a major political issue. Generally, at the national level, at least one of the major parties is optimistic about its chances in the next election and thus will not agree to gerrymandering reform. Political parties at the state level are not likely to agree to it either.