Among the topics to consider are the right to universal suffrage, corporate participation in elections, the electoral college, systemic racism, systemic gender bias, systemic economic bias, and upper house/lower house representation (senate vs. assembly/house of representatives).

Apply the principles of common law (classical and modern) and positivism to the current issues of gerrymandering and voter suppression. Among the topics to consider are the right to universal suffrage, corporate participation in elections, the electoral college, systemic racism, systemic gender bias, systemic economic bias, and upper house/lower house representation (senate vs. assembly/house of representatives). You may want to reference the concept of federalism, i.e., the right of every state to have nearly absolute authority over elections that occur within their borders. What is the court’s role in overseeing the political process of voter registration, gerrymandering, suppression, etc.? You need only discuss two distinctive topics and they do not need to come from the topics included in this question. Those topics are only for your consideration, they are not required.

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