CEE is commited to ensuring that every American is empowered with the knowledge to educate themselves and others about the dangerous consequences of unfair redistricting and voter fraud.
Academic and Research Resources
All About redistricting Guide
This frequently cited guide provides comprehensive information about gerrymandering on the national and state-specific level. The site tracks current state and federal policies and litigation concerning redistricting around the country, as well as providing ways to get involved to end the practice.
Azavea conducts advanced geospatial research for civic and social impact, including over a decade’s work on tracking and quantifying gerrymandering across the nation. Azavea created Cicero to track legislative boundaries and District Builder to help citizens engage with redistricting and make it a more public, collaborative process. Furthermore, the group has published a valuable series of papers that expands on the measures used to analyze legislative districts.
NYU Brennan center for justice
The Brennan Center supports reforming the redistricting process so that it is independent, transparent, and representative. Through clear background information, current research and analysis, and up-to-date litigation tracking, the Center is a leading academic resource to stay informed on issues concerning redistricting.
Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group (MGGG)
Launched by faculty of Tuft’s University, MGGG is a team of mathematicians dedicated to studying applications of geometry and computing to the process of U.S. redistricting. The group has published cutting-edge research on mathematics and redistricting and serves as a valuable forum for collaboration between researchers in statistics, supercomputing, law and political science.
Princeton Gerrymandering project
This interactive guide to gerrymandering allows you to see how U.S. states perform on a range of gerrymander detection tests, including Lopsided Wins and Consistent Advantage in Congressional districts. You can use the map to tailor your tests, run your own, and see historical trends in each state.
Policy Sources and Organizations
FairVote is a nonpartisan nonprofit that champions electoral reforms at the local, state, and national level to give voters greater choice, a stronger voice, and a representative democracy that works for all Americans.
National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)
The NCSL is a bipartisan non government organization that works to Improve the quality and effectiveness of state legislatures. The Redistricting and Elections Standing Committee helps prepare legislatures and others for the redistricting cycle with comprehensive information on redistricting law, technology and process.