From the Asheville Citizen Times
CLYDE – Changes in the law and more sophisticated computer technology used to draw political districts have entrenched partisan divides to the point of threatening American democracy, experts say.
No more than 30 of the nation’s 435 U.S. House districts can be considered winnable by a candidate of either party, speakers at a forum on redistricting said this week.
Only one name appeared on ballots in nearly half of all North Carolina House and Senate races last year.
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