20 years of partisan gridlock has left Connecticut with an outdated and unrepresentative congressional map.
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Colorado’s new congressional map yielded a 5-3 Democratic advantage, well in line with the state’s partisan lean.
California lost a congressional district for the first time in history. Republicans gained seats in 2022, resulting in a 40-12 D/R split.
Once a Democratic bastion, Arkansas now has a 4-0 Republican delegation. A gerrymandered map boosts Republican chances in the 2nd district.
Arizona’s congressional delegation is comprised of six Republicans and three Democrats..
Alabama’s congressional districts favor Republicans by a 6-1 margin, with no competitive seats whatsoever.