In a democracy, voters choose their politicians. But when it comes to gerrymandering, politicians choose their voters. The dark green area is an example, it's Florida's current 5th Congressional District, and it sure looks weird don't it? Because it was drawn that way to take votes away to prevent Florida from sending more Democrats to the House of Representatives in Congress. Florida's Supreme Court had ordered for a less biased map to be drawn as this isn't the only case of gerrymandering in the state of Florida, just the most obvious.