What’s it feel like to live along the border of one of the most gerrymandered congressional districts in the U.S.?
Just ask Bonnie Marcus and Bill Van Wie, who live at Kendall Crosslands, a picturesque retirement community in Chester County.
“Have you seen what we look like? We’re a joke,” said Marcus, a Democratic poll worker who gathered a group of neighbors at the community center to talk gerrymandering.
“I don’t think there’s a way they can make it worse,” Van Wie chimed in.