Redrawing the Boundaries: A Midwest Redistricting Discussion Q&A session with George Mason University's Mike McDonald and the Brennan Center's Justin Levitt. Recorded in Chicago, IL on Oct. 22, 2009.

Questions include:

How are incarcerated people counted?

How are college students and the military counted?

Is there any data on how many prisoners--during the census period--return to their home communities, and as a consequence should be counted in their home communities?

If a state government elects to alter its prison count, when does that take place?

What's the incentive for someone who benefits from a prison population to demand a census recount?

What are the primary effects of counting incarcerated people where they are incarcerated?

Does counting incarcerated people differ when it comes to congressional districts--versus state and local districts?

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