Unbelievable! A Font Created out of the Patterns of Gerrymandered Congressional Districts

Log on here: http://UglyGerry.com to tell congress how happy you are that your vote doesn’t matter due to ridiculous Gerrymandering of districts. Go to the link below to read the entire article on The Week.

This illustration of the alphabet as well as information below is reproduced from The Week. You can see the full article here: https://theweek.com/speedreads/856423/someone-made-font-gerrymandered-congressional-districts

 

ger·ry·man·der
verb
gerund or present participle: gerrymandering
  1. manipulate the boundaries of (an electoral constituency) so as to favor one party or class.
    • achieve (a result) by manipulating the boundaries of an electoral constituency.
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8 thoughts on “Unbelievable! A Font Created out of the Patterns of Gerrymandered Congressional Districts

      1. slmret

        Yep — it runs from San Clemente up the coast to Newport Beach and just a little farther! Truly a sliver of high-end coastal-viewed mansions, with !ots of regular homes behind the coast. It used to be very R, a Rohrabacker district — now is D, with Harley Rouda as our representative. Rouda appears to be one of the best of the freshman group this year!

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