Why Voting Districts Look Like Abstract Art, French Yellow Vests and Ballsy Women

Why Voting Districts Look Like Abstract Art, French Yellow Vests and Ballsy Women

Skimm This - March 18, 2019 - 13:25

Gerrymandering: drawing district lines so that some people have more power at the polls. And a big talker ahead of the 2020 election. Today, the Supremes are hearing a Virginia case. And they’ll be hearing from a couple more states this year. So we’re breaking down what you need to know. Also on today’s episode: French yellow vest protesters are back at it, and the NCAA tournament is about to take over your water-cooler conversations.PS: We'd love to know what you think. Head on over to theskimm.com/feedback to share and be entered for a chance to win a $100 gift card. 

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