1. What is the overall trend in the number of African Americans elected to office over time?
2. More specifically, what is the rate of change in the absolute number of African Americans elected to office between 1970 and 2002?
3. Do citizens’ assessments of their representatives vary by race? If so, why might this be the case?
4. How do you think the disparity in constitutional status between race and partisanship/ideology affects the representational experience of Texas voters?
5. What patterns do you observe?
6. How and why can redistricting potentially cause the patterns you observed earlier?
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The overall trend in the number of African Americans elected to office over time is showing an upward line. Precisely, if we compare data from 1970 (showing only 1469 people elected) with data collected in 2002 (showing the number of 9430 people) the change in number is obvious, and the future tendency is also positive in the sense of more people being elected. ...