Reapportionment. The word itself stirs the blood; … well, actually, no. It doesn’t. Most eyes in a room will roll whenever the word is spoken aloud. Bureaucratic, boring, and technically complicated, Reapportionment is ignored by the press mostly because it only happens once every 10 years following the national Census. It is a collection of obscure legalities, big money power plays, deep intrigues among political insiders and cheesy PR that only political hacks, geeks, and stand-up comics can appreciate, and only the US Supreme Court can resolve.