Nick Morris looks at the Oregon Legislature’s proposed redistricting plans, which vary from Democratic gerrymanders to more fair maps.
Author: Nick Morris
The Census has released its long-awaited population data, but it might take a while before states begin passing maps.
The House of Representatives reapportionment numbers are out, with a ton of surprises – including the narrow survival of RI02.
State legislatures, which generally draw congressional maps, may hold the key to control of the House of Representatives this decade.
Nine states are currently projected to lose seats in reapportionment, including large states like California, Illinois, and New York.
The Census Bureau announced they won’t be releasing the data needed for redistricting plans until September, six months later than planned.
Congressional districts will be due for a once-in-a-decade redraw, but what might these new maps look like after the dust has settled?
Pennsylvania is a swing state, and the State House race is no exception. Democrats hope to reclaim the chamber through a suburban wave.
Democrats see an opportunity to flip the Texas House of Representatives, depriving Republicans of a trifecta in the Lone Star State.
Following mid-decade, court-ordered redistricting, North Carolina Democrats hope to take back the North Carolina State Senate.