New Jersey Redistricting Commission
New Jersey Apportionment Commission
FiveThirtyEight's Redistricting "Atlas"
Hating Gerrymandering Is Easy. Fixing It Is Harder.
An analysis of various factors that make it difficult to create objectively “fair” maps. Read more.
Princeton Gerrymandering Project
This group researches the effects of gerrymandering and the website offers interactive mathematical formulas for testing the fairness of maps. Read more.
The Efficiency Gap
A highly popular mathematical formula that fair redistricting advocates hope to use as a standard for measuring gerrymandering; a provable standard has been sought in order to sway the Supreme Court toward drawing a line (no pun intended) to define illegal partisan gerrymandering.Option 1.Option 2.Haven't had enough?
Analyses of NJ Congressional & Legislative Races
Statistics on margins of victory, competitive districts, partisan composition of the NJ Assembly, and racial and ethnic makeup of NJ’s districts. Read more.
Redistricting New Jersey after the Census of 2010
A paper by Dr. Ernest Reock (retired) from the Rutgers University Office of Government. Read more.
NJ redistricting after the 2010 census
A brief recap of the 2010 redistricting process. Read more.
Congressional and State Legislative Redistricting Reform in Iowa, Arizona and California and Ideas for Change in New Jersey
A policy paper/analysis by Benjamin Brickner, JD. Read more.
The State of Redistricting Litigation
A summary of current court cases, at the state and federal level, related to issues of redistricting. Read more.
Gill vs. Whitford (Wisconsin case), SCOTUS Blog
Benisek vs. Lamone (Maryland case), SCOTUS Blog
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act: General Provisions
Large cache of tools, additional reading, and other resources
A Citizen’s Guide to Redistricting
Redistricting game - can you draw fair districts yourself?
The League’s action toolkit on redistricting
Shining a Light: Redistricting Lessons Learned in 2011
When the People Draw the Lines
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