by Peter Wagner, November 25, 2009

The Nonprofit Voter Engagement Network has twice featured our work on their blog in the last week or so. One article by George Pillsbury features our research on Mississippi, and another on our work behind the New York TimesGerrymandering: Pure and Corrupt editorial.


by Peter Wagner, November 17, 2009

Peter Wagner is quoted in Pennsylvania inmates prepare to ship out in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Pennsylvania’s failed parole policies have led to an overcrowding crisis that states with better policies will be profiting from.


by Peter Wagner, November 3, 2009

Joyce Russell reports for Iowa Public Radio on the end of prison-based gerrymandering in Anamosa, where the first election without a district that is almost entirely prisoners is taking place. Listen: mp3. Transcript here. Peter Wagner is interviewed.



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