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This could end Gerrymandering


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veni, vidi, volo - now back in NC
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If the state legislatures decide to use it, or anything similar to it. The determination of the proportional representation is laid out in the US Constitution and the legislatures of the several states are empowered solely by the Constitution to have the authority to do so at their discretion.

I seriously doubt that either political party will want to cede that power (the power in essence to predetermine the outcome of elections) to a computer algorithm.
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