Yes or no, and explain your answers please. With Republicans winning many governors races they will have a say within their state legislatures on how the new Congressional districts will be drawn. Every 10 years after the census the districts are changed by the states. Gerrymandering is the redistricting for partisan advantage and both parties do it. Do you think it's wrong? Do you think it's balanced in that Repubs and Dems swap out on who gets to draw the lines? Nashville is roughly 60% Democrat and 40% Republican. I live in TN Congressional district 5. The Democrats drew state congressional lines giving an overwhelming Democrat majority in the TN state congress. in a city where the ratio of Dems to Repubs is 6 to 4, the actual representatives in the city are Dems to Repubs by 9 to 1. District 5 includes Nashville, excludes the very conservative and more populated Williamson county, and includes half of the 2 counties next to it that tend to be more conservative. Essentially, The TN 5 district always goes Dem because of how it is drawn. Do you think this is right? Should Gerrymandering be outlawed? Or is it part of the natural political process?