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“No, because it would be impossible for a so-called "non-partisan" commission to be completely unbiased politically, especially considering it would need to be chosen or created by members of a political party in power. Since most states experience a sway of political momentum, redrawing of districts tends to even out over time in terms of how advantageous it is to one party or another retaining power long term.”

From a Republican in Swartz Creek, MI
In reponse to: Should the redrawing of Congressional districts be controlled by an independent, non-partisan commission?

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