Washington Post reporter and author Christopher Ingraham.

Learn about the recent history of legislative gerrymandering in the United States and look to recent court cases and electoral trends for clues as to whether the 2020 Census will usher in a wave of fairer maps. Christopher Ingraham is a data reporter at the Washington Post who has written extensively on gerrymandering and redistricting. He’s also a born-again Minnesotan, as detailed in his book If You Lived Here You’d Be Home By Now, published by HarperCollins this fall. Ingraham will give the Jooinn Lee Political Science Lecture 7 p.m. tonight at Imholte Hall, Room 109 on the University of Minnesota Morris campus.

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