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Highlight on Gerrymandering and the Right of the People to Vote Fairly and Equally

by Diane Rufino, March 17, 2022 The term “Gerrymandering” refers to the act of manipulating the boundaries of voting districts to achieve some political advantage. The term was coined during Massachusetts Governor Elbridge Gerry’s tenure, who, in 1812, redrew the … Continue reading

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Redistricting in North Carolina: Democrats Find New Avenue of Attack Against Republicans

by Diane Rufino, September 29, 2019 We’ve been hearing a lot about “redistricting” lately. In fact, we heard that a state court invalidated two of the popularly-mandated (that is, approved by voters in 2016) amendments to the state constitution (the … Continue reading

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How the Left Operates (How it has consistently used “race” to invalidate NC Voter ID initiatives)

(Photo Credit:  Daily Haymaker) by Diane Rufino, March 2, 2019 North Carolina voters have tried for a long time now to enact a common-sense voter identification law. For years, they have suspected voter and election fraud, and so when groups … Continue reading

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