Redistricting Moneyball 2020
Organizer: Princeton Gerrymandering Project
The Princeton Gerrymandering Project invites you to an exciting virtual town hall in which we're presenting our "Redistricting Moneyball 2020" findings! This online discussion will feature Project director Professor Sam Wang, Jacob Wachspress and Connor Moffatt.
For the last several months, the Princeton Gerrymandering Project and Princeton Election Consortium have been working on an electoral model which we're calling "Redistricting Moneyball 2020." As an organization dedicated to leveraging data, math and law insights into nonpartisan fair redistricting, we've been eager to figure out how best to fight gerrymandering during the 2020 election cycle. Using our model, we can tell anti-gerrymandering activists, experts, and donors which 2020 races are strategically likely to be the most effective investments of time, attention and resources.