Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says his fight against gerrymandering is a partisan attempt at good governing. Holder was in New Hampshire Friday, promoting what he calls "fair redistricting."
When Holder spoke at "Politics and Eggs" at Saint Anselm College, he acknowledged the speculation his trip to New Hampshire is causing.
“You know people say, 'Why are you in New Hampshire?' Well there is some assumption, some assumptions about why I’m here in New Hampshire.”
Holder didn’t rule out a 2020 run, but the former head of the Obama justice department said he’s here because New Hampshire is a state where he thinks the will of the people is being thwarted by legislative districts drawn for partisan advantage by Republicans.
Holder is the current chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.