More than two-thirds of Wisconsin’s counties have passed resolutions opposing partisan gerrymandering. Good citizens, regardless of their political leanings, understand that letting the politicians shape their own districts only leads to incumbents protecting themselves from voters.
That’s not how our democracy — which is by and for the people — is supposed to work.
Iowa has demonstrated a better way for decades.
The law in Iowa assigns the task of redrawing legislative and congressional districts to a state agency that’s insulated from politics.
The agency must draw districts…