IU Prof. Says Redistricting Issues Tied To Racial Diversity

Oct 16, 2014
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Professor Hershey says redistricting problems are largely connected with issues of diversity, and that an independent commission wouldn't solve the problem.

Photo: IN.gov Indiana University political science professor Marjorie Hershey spoke Wednesday about the repercussions of redistricting in Indiana, discussing the controversy over who draws the lines and the importance of creating diverse districts. Hershey, speaking at a League of Women Voters event in Bloomington, says new trends in redistricting lead to less political competition.

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