Everybody hates gerrymandering, but it’s here to stay

Gerrymandering helps to make some votes count more than others —and it’s been around longer than our Republic. Nick Seabrook is a professor in the department of political science and public administration at the University of North Florida. He joins guest host John McCaa to discuss the history of gerrymandering — even Abraham Lincoln was a victim — and why it’s not so easy to mitigate its effects today. His book is “One Person, One Vote: A Surprising History of Gerrymandering in America.”