How do you make people understand the odd forms created by gerrymandering? Make them feel it in their toes.

That’s the idea behind the Gerrymander 5K happening Saturday in Asheville, N.C., which will trace the boundary between North Carolina’s 10th and 11th Congressional districts.

That line splits the left-leaning city into two districts that, when combined with more conservative rural voters, both end up represented by Republicans.

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From NPR: Not-So-Fun Run: Joggers In ‘Gerrymander 5K’ Must Run Oddly Shaped Route

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