The Problem With Our Democracy Isn’t Gerrymandering. It’s Integers

An interesting mathematical solution, but, like most math, it will probably be ignored.

Our winner-take-all system elects 1 person to represent each House district. What if we elected 2 people instead, and gave each of them a fractional vote in Congress? This would completely fix our gerrymandered system and make our democracy far more representative.

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