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Briefly: At the Princeton Election Consortium, Sam Wang looks at “the crowd wisdom” of the court forecasters who have predicted the outcome in this term’s partisan-gerrymandering cases, Gill v. Whitford and Benisek v. Lamone. In an op-ed at HuffPost, Sean McElwee cites data showing that “[d]espite the...

In 2016, conservative Nueces County, Tx., elected Mark Gonzalez, a 38-year-old Democrat and self-described “Mexican biker lawyer covered in tattoos,” as district attorney. Gonzalez had never prosecuted a single case: For his entire 10-year career, he specialized in getting accused criminals off the hook, working...