With news that the state could be losing two House seats due to a population shift, the once-every-ten-years focus on gerrymandering (drawing district lines to include who you want) has returned yet again. Dick Dadey of the group Citizens Union told NY1 the problem is "partisan gerrymandering essentially allows the legislators to choose their voters before the voters actually elect them to office." The process is controlled by the Assembly speaker and the leader of the State Senate, and Senate President Pro Tempore Malcolm Smith previously told Democrats, "We are going to draw the lines so that Republicans will be in oblivion in the State of New York for the next 20 years." Does that plan involve the prisoners?