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“No, districts should be split into small, census-designated chunks of roughly equal population. People should vote for which bordering chunks they wish to vote with. The contiguous chunks with the highest affinity for one another should be algorithmically lumped into the district. Votes should only be summed if they are matched from the other chunk (to prevent forced annexation).”

From a Democrat in Orangefield, TX
In reponse to: Should the redrawing of Congressional districts be controlled by an independent, non-partisan commission?

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Yes