Everyone knows the map is biased
This spring, state lawmakers hypothesized a redistricting map and planned to meet in August for a special legislative session to pass new boundaries. It turns out the Legislature can’t use the spring map because it doesn't go far enough to ensure one person will equal one vote in Congress. If that is not twisted enough, pile on the fact that "preserving political subdivisions" builds upon the 2011 redistricting plan that was found in Campaign Legal Center’s research to be more mathematically biased than 93 percent of the nation’s redistricting plans. Congratulations, Oklahoma: We're in the top 10 for something.
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