Harrison Lavelle reviews some of the key races to follow in the states that have adopted new congressional maps.
Nick Morris looks at the Oregon Legislature’s proposed redistricting plans, which vary from Democratic gerrymanders to more fair maps.
The Census has released its long-awaited population data, but it might take a while before states begin passing maps.
Kansas Republicans are openly considering a 4-0 congressional map, but trends in Johnson County make this very risky.
Eric Cunningham and Joe Szymanski examine if the Wyoming Rule is a viable solution for expanding the House of Representatives.
Elections Daily unpacks the preliminary Colorado redistricting plan, district by district. Democrats would be favored in five of eight seats.
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?
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission has long been touted as a model for reform – but this reputation is not earned.
Pennsylvania saw a change in Congressional districts prior to 2018 – but what would the election have looked like without that shift?