Podcast: Gerrymandering and the Mid-Term Elections

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Law Professor Justin Levitt
Loyola Law School's Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Law Justin Levitt

“Off Press” is a series of conversations with members of the LMU community about their impact on the world through their lives, their work and their Jesuit education.

Episode 8: Justin Levitt, Nov. 8, 2018

Gerrymandering, it has been said, creates elections in which politicians choose their voters instead of voters choosing their representatives. Justin Levitt, a constitutional law expert at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, tracks gerrymandering around the country. He explains a tried-and-true method of influencing elections and the possibilities for limiting it.

Listen to the podcast here.