Obama’s right to tackle redistricting, but it won’t be easy

October 27, 2016

By Avi Green
The Hill

This year’s election has been a long and frustrating slog, in large part because Republican primary voters nominated Donald Trump, a character whose positions, words, and behaviors are nothing short of frightening. When the election finally ends, voters will naturally want — and deserve — a break from all the campaigning. But in this age of hyperpolarization, when powerful organizations are pushing the Republican Party ever farther to the right, there will be no break from politics in Washington.