“If you decentralize an entire district, there’s a loss in economies of scale,” says researcher Christian Buerger.
The state released them Thursday. See if your school improved from last year.
Many polling places were flooded by the storm, so elections officials consolidated them. Ten years later, many of us are still driving farther to vote than we did before the storm. The average distance to a voting location in the core of the city has increased 50 percent since 2004.