Last week I described how NJ’s redistricting process elevates and protects males politicians at the expense of their female counterparts. (For the uninitiated, redistricting is that once-a-decade chance for NJ politicians to redraw their own political boundaries for the next decade.)

I began by describing how NJ’s hyper-partisan redistricting process disenfranchises independent voters. But the biggest losers when the new maps are drawn will probably be any woman who might want to run for office in NJ. READ MORE >>

By Jay Lassiter, Insider NJ
Originally Published in Insider NJ on April 28, 2020