Robert Steele: Electoral Reform Before Supreme Court (One Tiny Piece)

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Robert Steele
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Election reform is on the line at the Supreme Court

SUPREME COURT observers focused on the Affordable Care Act case this week. But the justices heard arguments Monday in another case with potentially major implications for the country’s proper functioning: a dispute over whether voters can break the self-serving system in which state politicians manipulate voting districts to their own and their party’s benefit.

ROBERT STEELE: On the one hand, I am glad to have the Post notice electoral reform. On the other I am distressed by  their ignorance, which mirrors my own before I ran for President, championed electoral reform before Occupy, and heard from stakeholders across the country. There are ELEVEN electoral reform elements.

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