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Gerrymandering is the act of manipulating the boundaries of a district or other geographically-defined electorate to benefit a party, class or candidate. This term was coined by the Boston Weekly Messenger, combining the name of Massachusetts Governor Elbridge Gerry with the "salamander" that one his voting districts resembled.

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