This fall, partisan gerrymandering is before the Supreme Court. The Court’s decision will shape American politics for decades to come. Depending on the outcome, the coming years will see an uptick in either partisan gerrymandering litigation or state-level reform efforts. To address these new challenges, I am recruiting a Computational Research Analyst to join the Princeton Gerrymandering Project.
The Computational Research Analyst will do geography-intensive calculations to test our simple statistical standards, explore how such standards can be applied on a preventive basis to the redistricting process, and close loopholes in proposed reform efforts. Our work is likely to be deployed either in the courtroom or at the ballot box. This position is suitable for someone who is between college and graduate school. More experienced applicants are also welcome.
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