Atendendo a algumas respostas apreciativas e inúmeras ignorativas, aqui está......

09 novembro 2012

Gerrymandering rule

Proposed rule:
No portions of any two cities or towns shall be in a district if the said cities or towns are joined by a paved road which stays within the State, if the length of the said road between the two towns is not longer than two thirds of the shortest distance of a drive beginning in one said city or town, ending in the other, and remaining within the district.
The rule above has the goal of enforcing a practical measure of convexity upon voting districts, with the goal of avoiding extreme cases of gerrymandering. It is an attempt to answer a questions that @JohnAllenPaulos asked on Twitter

Another different answer mentioned in the conversation is splitline districting.

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