Congress Solves Partisan Gerrymandering! The Freedom to Vote Act, Explained


Freedom to Vote Act:

What’s In the Freedom to Vote Act?

Partisan Gerrymandering is the process of redistricting a state to dilute the voting power of a political party. Problem is, the rules change on districting based on what state you live in. In “The Freedom to Vote Act” congress is proposing the first uniform rules for preventing partisan redistricting.