Heading into November, New Hampshire Democrats talked a big game when it came to their hopes for retaking control of the state Senate. But when the Republicans ended up maintaining the same 14-10 margin they’ve held for the past two years, Democrats placed at least part of the blame for their losses on gerrymandered district lines. As it turns out, they might have a point.
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