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Redistricting Institutions. Different people are in charge of drawing the district lines in different states. In most states, the state legislature has primary control of the redistricting process, both for state legislative districts and for congressional districts. 37 state legislatures have primary control of their own district lines, and 42 legislatures have primary control over the ...
Stateside's conversation with Peter Yao, a Republican member of the California Independent Redistricting Commission.
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Political Report: Final Report. Introduction | Shortly after the 2008 elections, the RSLC began planning for the 2010 election cycle, formulating a strategy to keep or win Republican control of state legislatures with the largest impact on Congressional redistricting.That plan, which was labeled the REDistricting MAjority Project (REDMAP) focused resources on states projected to gain or lose ...
All About Redistricting presents the basic background and up-to-date developments on the redistricting process in every state.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that an independent commission created by Arizona voters to draw congressional and state legislative districts is constitutional.
Redistricting is the process by which new congressional and state legislative district boundaries are drawn. Each of Wisconsin's eight United States Representatives and 132 state legislators are elected from political divisions called districts.
See how seven different ways of drawing congressional districts across the country — from pretty fair to seriously gerrymandered — could change the partisan and racial makeup of the U.S. House.
Can Redistricting Ever Be Fair? Several states are setting up independent commissions in the hope of removing bias from the line-drawing process.