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Analyzing the Effects of Partisan Correlation on Election Outcomes Using Order Statistics
The legislative representation of political parties in the United States is dependent not only on way that legislative district boundaries are drawn, but also on the way in which people are distributed across a state. That ...
Stochastic Study of Gerrymandering
In the 2012 election for the US House of Representatives, only four of North Carolina’s thirteen congressional districts elected a democrat, despite a majority democratic vote. This raises the question of whether gerrymandering, ...