What do you do when you have a group of people who are just not interested in politics?
You go out and talk to them.
That’s how we got to see what it’s like to be a voter.
But in terms of getting people to change their minds, we don’t have the resources to do that, said Robert Higgs, executive director of the Democratic Leadership Council, which works to elect Democrats in statehouses across the country.
Higgs is not a voter, but he knows that there is a growing gap in the Democratic Party.
He sees that gap as a problem and a challenge.
And he wants to see that gap narrowed.
He wants to build the political infrastructure that will help to elect Democratic lawmakers in swing districts across the nation.
He has long championed redistricting reform, and he is particularly focused on expanding the number of Congressional districts in the country to help increase the power of Democratic-leaning constituencies.
He believes a bipartisan commission would be a powerful way to bring together a broad range of voices and make redistricting more fair.
But that commission, Higgs said, has yet to be formally formed.
“There’s been no progress, and I don’t know why,” Higgs told The Huffington Pollster.
“It’s really hard to see where this is going to go.
And it’s a long way from where it started.”
But that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t believe there is much work left to do.
Higgings has called for redistricting reforms that would reduce partisan gerrymandering and increase the number and diversity of voting districts.
He also wants to increase access to voting and to increase the share of eligible voters.
Hives ideas include expanding early voting, making voting easier, and increasing access to early voting locations.
“What we need is a national commission to start looking at these issues, and a bipartisan one to help us to move forward,” he said.
Higgs also believes that redistricting is an issue that needs to be addressed.
He thinks that in order to fix our problem, it is important that we have a broad bipartisan approach.
“That’s what we need,” he told The Washington Post.
“We need bipartisan legislation to do everything that needs being done to make sure that the politics of the country don’t change just because the parties have different values.”
“We need to take a deep dive into redistricting, redistricting needs to change.
That changes everything,” he added.
“The politics of this country need to be brought into the conversation, not just the politics on the ballot.”
Higgs believes that it is crucial that the next generation of Democrats understands the importance of redistricting.
That includes focusing on the demographics of the population, as well as how it impacts their voting choices.
“I think there is so much more we can do in this country and in this state,” he explained.
And the most important thing, he said, is to make it easy to vote.
“It’s going to take us years to do this,” he concluded.
“But we can start now.”