VP4 Elbridge Gerry
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Why has gerrymandering been used as a tool for political power?
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Elbridge Gerry was a founding father of the United States who served as Vice President from 1813 to 1814. Other political offices that Gerry held were Governor of Massachusetts, US House of Representatives, and a member of the Continental Congress. (Note. Selected vice presidents have been listed sequentially, but not every vice president has been listed)