Map showing that seven majority-white CT state districts get extra representation because they each contain at last 1,000 incarcerated Blacks and Latinos from elsewhere in the state

Data Source: Imported "Constituents": Incarcerated People and Political Clout in Connecticut (Map: Peter Wagner, 2014)

This map originally appeared in Incarceration in America: Past and Present: A Panel with Three Leading Scholars.

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