A discussion of how public access can improve redistricting and how the public can contribute to the process.
A discussion on how to best judge different district plans.
An examination of the difficulties involved in redistricting.
An explanation of Gerrymandering and its origins.
A list of important redistricting concepts and principles that help redistricters create fair district plans.
An explanation of the different data available to redistricters and how they fit into the redistricting process.
An introduction to how members of the public can contribute to the redistricting process.
An argument for the importance of redistricting and how public access can improve the process.
A discussion of what Redistricting is, why it is important, and how to do it. A great starting point for any potential Redistricter.
A good mapping software application or GIS (Geographic Information Systems) provides a library of default maps and styles out-of-the-box that allow you to create presentation-ready and professional looking maps. These predefined settings can help you rapidly create a useful map, but if you take a little more time, you can make some minor modifications that uncover the trends …