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@6G6VF7HGreenfrom District of Columbia  answered…2yrs

@B4HG9RFDemocrat from California answered…2wks

Yes, with independent oversight of that commission to ensure that it is not abused.

@B4BDR56Democratfrom Maine  answered…4wks

No, abolish Congress, the State and representative "democracy"

@B45ST2PDemocrat from Oregon answered…1mo

@B2GCGG4Veteran from Kentucky answered…4mos

@9GHDRD5Veteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

it depends on what the reason is for redrawing districts. there should have to be an issue that directly affects or infringes upon the constitutional right for citizens to be fairly and equally represented.

@9GGXC8LRepublican from Florida answered…2yrs

No, expand the House of Representatives to achieve 18th century representation

@9GFXR7WLibertarian from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Districts should be determined by computer algorithmic processes, based on population density.

@9GB9J23Working Family from Oregon answered…2yrs

@9FMMGSMRepublican from Utah answered…2yrs

No, but it should be managed by a committee that reflects the current political environment proportional to each party's presence.

@9FL8F3NWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

Congressional districts should be eliminated. All members should be elected from multi-member districts.

@9FC5ZM5Women’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Yes and they cannot donate or receive money from any political party

@Eric-PollmannWorking Family from Louisiana answered…2yrs

We should use county lines as the district boarders, keeping population in mind.

@9MND95GPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9M2Y5QFGreen from Minnesota answered…2yrs

How would this even be possible unless we ask people from other countries to pick and choose.

@9LT36ZYVeteran from Ohio answered…2yrs

@9KXF7K4Republican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, Any method used to draw districts will result in gerrymandering in some person's view. Refer to state constitutions, and follow the rules.

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…2yrs

@9K4LQNPGreen from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9K447Z7Veteran from Texas answered…2yrs

No. Non-partisan commissions are less likely to exist than pet unicorns.

@9JVX4LYConstitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs

yes, parties will always draw maps to benefit them while holding power

@9JV2GY8Libertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

Eliminate congressional districts (or make districts larger) and install at-large ranked choice voting.

@9JR7LKYConstitution from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, independent and non-partisan commissions can be influenced anyway

@9JLRS8HAmerican Solidarity from New York answered…2yrs

All districts need equal representation, but nobody is free from bias or corruption

@9JF5GG7Republican from Iowa answered…2yrs

@9JBSGRQVeteran from Tennessee answered…2yrs

@9JBL47NAmerican Solidarity from Utah answered…2yrs

Yes, gerrymandering gives an unfair advantage to the party in power during redistricting. , switch to a multi-member, proportionally selected redistricting system

@9J8BVTMTranshumanist from Utah answered…2yrs

Reform the district-based representative system with a proportional representation system, but only for the house.

@9HN5Y7RWomen’s Equality from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

If there are better alternatives and one that has equality in mind or something similar then yes.

@9HKF89VLibertarian from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9HFCHL3Working Family from Indiana answered…2yrs

@9HCPLCQConstitution from Florida answered…2yrs

@9H8VZXTLibertarian from Indiana answered…2yrs

Let a computer do it. Lines should be drawn based on equal sized districts as the only criteria

@9H8FC9CLibertarian from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes but only if you could prove they were not biased in anyway.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9GYSR5JGreen from Washington answered…2yrs

@9GW5LQBRepublican from Nebraska answered…2yrs

@9GPNX7PWorking Family from Kansas answered…2yrs

Yes, but non-partisan is infeasible. Committees should be made of seven members. One member selected by each of the four large largest political parties in the state as determined by voter registration data and the three remaining members appointed by unanimous decision from the four politically affiliated appointees.


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