Democrats currently hold both of Maine’s congressional districts, although the vast, rural 2nd favors Republicans at the presidential level.
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Iowa’s four congressional districts are all held by Republicans, but three of them are competitive and one is a tossup for the 2024 cycle.
Republicans hold seven of Indiana’s nine congressional districts, and it’s possible they gain another before the end of the decade.
Illinois has the harshest Democratic gerrymander in the country, with Democrats holding 14 of 17 congressional districts.
Republicans hold both of Idaho’s congressional districts, but population growth could generate a competitive seat after the next Census.
Both of Hawaii’s congressional districts are represented by Democrats, a trend that seems unlikely to change anytime in the near future.
After the Virginia Redistricting Commission deadlocked, special masters approved reasonably fair congressional districts.
Democrats won the redistricting battle in New Jersey, with 10 of the state’s 12 congressional districts leaning Democratic.
Kentucky has 6 congressional districts, with the current delegation yielding a 5-1 Republican advantage in one of America’s reddest states.
Republicans control three of five territorial Delegates, non-voting offices that represent millions of American citizens in US territories.