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Prof. Justin Levitt's Doug Spencer's Guide to Drawing the Electoral Lines

Redistricting Across States

The Constitutional mandate to redraw electoral district lines follows the decennial Census, as we learn where we, the people, live.

Click on the map to the right to to view redistricting information for federal and state legislative districts in each of the 50 states.

Visit the National Overview page to compare control of the redistricting process across states and across time.

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The Latest Updates

May 13, 2022
Florida's Secretary of State appealed a state court ruling that invalidated several of the state's new congressional districts. The appeal automatically results in a stay of the lower court opinion until the First District Court of Appeals hears the case.
May 12, 2022
The New Hampshire state Supreme Court announced that if the state Legislature and Governor fail to draw new congressional maps by May 19, the court will draw new maps using a "least change" approach.
May 12, 2022
The Missouri state Senate passed a new congressional map one day before the end of its special session. The map now moves to the Governor's desk.
May 11, 2022
A state judge in Florida invalidated part of the state's new congressional map as a violation of the federal Voting Rights Act. Judge Smith held that by eliminating a majority-Black district, the new map diminishes Black voting power in Northern Florida.
May 10, 2022
A federal judge ordered New York to postpone its congressional primary from June 28 to August 23 to accommodate the effort to draw new districts.
May 9, 2022
The Missouri state House passed a new congressional map, ending a monthslong legislative stalemate with the state Senate. The Senate is expected to approve the new map.

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