It's well known that when legislatures draw maps, the majority protects members of their own party. When courts do maps, do they do the same thing? If so, what are some modern-day examples where a state's conservative (liberal) majority drew a Republican (democratic) gerrymander when they were given the power to draw the map?

  • Gerrymanding is a lot more than just to protect members of their own party. Its also meant to protect minorities too. – SpoiledTechie.com Nov 5 '15 at 21:40

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