“Unfortunately, the answer again comes back to the cancer that has infected #Wisconsin in 2011 and that is the gerrymandered districts created after the 2010 elections.”#WI #WisconsinPrimary #wisconsinelection #WIVote https://t.co/NypPIqvoZb — AnonyMissBadger (@AnonyMissBadger) April 18, 2020
Gerrymandering now, gerrymandering tomorrow, gerrymandering forever.
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos threatens another round of gerrymandering secrecy #wipolitics #gerrymandering https://t.co/ixo7wu6EJS pic.twitter.com/a7aVm9ECdK — John Adams (@DailyAdams) January 28, 2020
We’re on the road to talk about nonpartisan redistricting today. A quick glance of the twitter shows that not enough people understand the process. By not enough people, I’m referring to the far too many who make up a majority in our legislature. — Mandela Barnes (@TheOtherMandela) January 27, 2020
Gov. Tony Evers' redistricting plan could give him an advantage in court #fairmaps #wipolitics https://t.co/bmTqet6Rno pic.twitter.com/mbCx1XY9FA — John Adams (@DailyAdams) January 26, 2020
When elected officials are able to ignore the will of the people, folks, something’s wrong. That’s why I’m creating The People’s Maps Commission. #WISOTS pic.twitter.com/zjDzSI7WQg — Governor Tony Evers (@GovEvers) January 23, 2020
To date, 47 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties have passed resolutions demanding nonpartisan redistricting reform. Despite overwhelming support by voters, the legislature ignores calls for reform.
Am I misreading this, or is Scott Walker complaining that Democrats draw “unfair” maps because they have more supporters than Republicans do and so they can redistrict to capture seats reflecting their popularity? https://t.co/FOL3pKAYmK