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Above, former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks to a crowd at an event held at Texas State University on Saturday. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Commentary: Former White House Press Secretary voices her perspective

Kayleigh McEnany, former White House Press Secretary for the Trump administration and Fox News contributor, was a recent guest speaker on the campus of Texas State University.

Analysis: Texas legislators aren’t ready to take self-interest out of redistricting

Legislators don’t play fair when they’re drawing political maps. Republican Texas and Democratic Illinois are recent examples, according to the Redistricting Report Card, a collaboration between the Princeton Electoral Innovation Lab and RepresentUS. Both states got failing grades on their latest redistricting efforts.

Analysis: Maps bolster Republicans in the Texas Senate, especially the top one

Redistricting is when politicians choose their own voters. It’s political as all get out. Officeholders draw districts that contain the highest possible number of supporters and the lowest possible number of opponents, try not to cross any legal lines when they’re doing it and extend their incumbencies by rigging the game from the outset.

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