It's here. GERRY. A font created by your congressional districts. Log on to https://t.co/WkuVp7oDpu and use the font to tell congress how happy you are that your vote doesn't matter. pic.twitter.com/j9U5W7qmTz— Gerry (@UglyGerry) July 23, 2019
Gerrymandering is a term that goes back to an 1812 political cartoon that mocks the redrawing of Massachusetts state senate election districts under Governor Elbridge Gerry. Somebody took inspiration from this and made a font typeface out of it.
The font is called Ugly Gerry and serves as a fun reminder that our political system is fundamentally dysfunctional.
What are your thoughts on this one?
(Image Credit: Gerry/ Twitter)