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.
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?