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“Democrats got ‘a little bit too eager’ when they drew the maps this year, operating as they did when Republicans controlled the Senate by initially taking as much as they could,” Amaru said. “But with a supermajority in both chambers, there was no need to negotiate,” she said. “The result was highly gerrymandered maps that didn’t hold up in court.”

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