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The Gerrymandered State

The Gerrymandered State

By Benjamin DePasquale
This is a mini-series on gerrymandering in Wisconsin. In three brief episodes, I will interview experts to learn more about gerrymandering history, its ramifications, and what citizens can do to end it.
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What Citizens can Do

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What Citizens can Do
In this episode, we learn about what residents and voters in Wisconsin can do to help fight gerrymandering. I speak with Penny Bernard-Schaber, a former legislator from Wisconsin's 57th Assembly District, and Carlene Bechen, the Organizing Director for the Fair Maps Coalition.
17:08
July 2, 2021
The Ramifications of Gerrymandering in Wisconsin
In this episode, we learn about how policies at the county- and state-level are affected by gerrymandering and legislative decisions. We’ll also dive into the statewide electoral concerns that arise in gerrymandered legislative voting districts. I talk with Jerry Iverson, a supervisor on the Outagamie County Board of Supervisors, and Jeff Nooyen, Chair of the Supervisor Board.
32:04
May 27, 2021
The History of Gerrymandering in Wisconsin
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In today's episode of The Gerrymandered State, we'll learn more about the history of gerrymandering in Wisconsin. I talk with Matthew Rothschild, Executive Director of Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.
17:42
May 6, 2021