Constitution Daily

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Towards a more perfect electoral union

February 3, 2017 By David W. Wise

In this commentary, David W. Wise proposes some reforms that he believes could restore reasoned compromise to the national election process.

Redistricting commissions for congressional districts: The experience of the states

July 10, 2014 By David W. Wise

David W. Wise, in this commentary, says no state has yet come up with an proven system to address the redistricting process in a bipartisan manner, but one very big state may have a potential solution.

Out of the thicket: Three approaches to overcoming gerrymandering

January 6, 2014 By David W. Wise

David W. Wise says the new technology could be a tool for the courts to use to even the playing field when it comes to gerrymandering and elections.

I move the previous question: The final days of the filibuster

November 25, 2013 By David W. Wise

In the commentary, David W. Wise argues that the Senate filibuster, in all its forms, is unconstitutional.

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