anonymous
  • anonymous
Imagine that a sitting congressperson represents a district that has had a significant population change in a way that might reduce people who would potentially support her in her next election. What might she try to do to ensure victory? a. Encourage gerrymandering b. Encourage another census to be taken c. Both of the above d. None of the above
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I would start with googling the meanings of "gerrymandering" and "census" to get some clue. Then substitute each word into the question to find which one makes the most logical sense. No matter the outcome, you'll find your answer.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"Gerrymandering is the practice of drawing district lines to achieve political gain for legislators. The practice of gerrymandering involves the manipulation of district drawing in aims to leave out, or include, specific populations in a legislator's district to ensure his/her reelection".- Wikipidia Based on this information I would say that combined with the context of the sentence above the correct answer is A. Hope this helps:)

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