Gerrymandering: Voting rights and redistricting for elections collide at Supreme Court
To achieve that goal, the map packed Democrats into three districts and spread them among the other 10. In one glaring example, it split North Carolina A&T State University, the nation's largest historically black college, between the 6th and 13th Congressional Districts, ensuring that most students would vote for losing candidates. “The North Carolina case is about as extreme as you’re ever going to get,” says Paul Smith, one of the lawyers representing the League of Women Voters in the case.
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