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This also filters down to state legislatures, where “Republican-drawn maps in 2012 had a much larger partisan bias than Democratic ones,” says David Shor, a Democratic data analyst.
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These recommendations—not a partisan investigative report—should serve as the basis for Congressional action.
However, that likely won’t stop some partisan sources, including possibly the president himself, from declaring premature victory.
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In states where Democrats controlled the redistricting process, partisan bias is also a problem, but the effect is smaller because those states are often made up of fewer districts.
The majority of militia members back then were radical libertarians, he said, agreeing with Jackson, but their opposition to the federal government broadly meant they weren’t a partisan force.
His refusal to regularly cover his face has helped make masks a partisan issue, with surveys showing Democrats are still likelier to wear one in public than Republicans.
So, she started raising money for non-partisan organizations working toward political reform.
The rules they set allow for partisan primaries, gerrymandered congressional districts, and winner-take-all elections.
Tomi, I look at the job the president’s done with it, and without a partisan lens, I find it hard to see how someone could say that they think he’s done a good job.

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