It influences elections and sways outcomes-gerrymandering has become a hot-button political topic and symbol for everything broken about the American electoral process. But there are those on the front lines fighting to change the system.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Wolf ... Self - Redistricting Expert
Rick Pluta ... Self - Michigan Public Radio
Charles Williams II ... Self - National Action Network (as Rev. Charles Williams II)
Curt Guyette ... Self - Journalist, Metro Times
David Daley ... Self - Author, Ratf**ked
Katie Fahey ... Self
Kevin Deegan-Krause ... Self - Political Science Professor, Wayne State
Chris Jankowski ... Self - Republican Strategist
Margaret Dickson ... Self - Former Democratic State Representative, North Carolina
Vann Newkirk ... Self - Journalist, The Atlantic
Robert Draper ... Self - Journalist
Rob Christensen ... Self - Journalist, Raleigh News & Observer
Ari Berman ... Self - Journalist, Mother Jones
Jeff Jackson ... Self - Democratic Sate Senator, North Carolina
Carter Wrenn ... Self - Republican Strategist
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It influences elections and sways outcomes-gerrymandering has become a hot-button political topic and symbol for everything broken about the American electoral process. But there are those on the front lines fighting to change the system.

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End Gerrymandering or Democracy Dies. We Can Stop It.

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An important coverage ruined by strong bias
26 March 2021 | by tuukkaoksanenSee all my reviews

I wanted to learn but instead I was fed an agenda. Sadly, an extremely important issue was ruined by the producer not getting past his bias. Documentaries should be about accuracy. The best documentaries reveal actual details of a character or event that you were not aware of, so you can learn. If you read the Wikipedia page on gerrymandering instead of watching this, you will save 90 minutes of your life. This documentary is ruined by the extreme bias of the authors. The documentary is supposed to be about gerrymandering but it's really about the "evil republicans". They take 20 seconds to say "democrats did the same thing in California to gain control of the state forever but let's not talk about it" and then move on to the evil republicans they wanted to discuss. This is why the country is divided. Because even our coverage of true events can't be neutral.


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3 April 2020 (USA) See more »

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