In two weeks, the Supreme Court will hear arguments for a partisan gerrymandering case from the state of Wisconsin. It will be the first of its kind in over a decade. Partisan gerrymandering happens when district lines are drawn to create safe districts where one political party has an overwhelming advantage over the other party due to which voters were grouped together. The big question – can political parties in control of the state legislature deliberately draw district maps to benefit their party? Correspondent Jessica Gomez meets the unlikely political pair who want to see redistricting taken out of the hands of statehouses.

Related Videos