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How a Mapmaker Became New York’s Most Unexpected Power Broker

Summary by Ground News
Jonathan Cervas, a former bartender from Las Vegas, radically redrew New York's House district lines, forcing some Democratic incumbents to scramble for new seats. Republicans were quietly pleased, and some anti-gerrymandering groups praised his work. Democrats, who saw several potential pickups in the House potentially evaporate, were outraged.
1 month ago·New York, United States

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How a Mapmaker Became New York’s Most Unexpected Power Broker

Jonathan Cervas, a former bartender from Las Vegas, radically redrew New York’s House district lines, forcing some Democratic incumbents to scramble for new seats.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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