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Borders can be manipulated to give one group more representatives than is proportional to the amount of people in that group. If there is a bipartisan committee creating borders, there are usually just safe elections where the same faces appear over and over and there is no real competition for a sear on whatever the candidate is running for. If you would like to know more, here is a really good video: http://m.YouTube.com/#/watch?v=Mky11UJb9AY&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DMky11UJb9A

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well it's illegal in the first place but it also doesn't let a second or third party to enter.

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It’s illegal and also doesn’t let the third party vote

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