To begin with, they ignore 3rd party votes and “no votes”. That means (effectively) that they default to a presumption that 3rd parties don’t count and don’t deserve representation.
I don’t see the Court accepting the efficiency gap as an actual objective measure of much of…
Jim Roye

I think there’s a different interpretation: when looking at whether district boundaries are fair wrto the major parties, that’s what you look at. All voters deserve representation, but that’s a different issue.

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