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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

Jun 20, 2022
The Louisiana state legislature adjourned from its special session without adopting a new congressional map. The task now falls to the federal courts.
Jun 13, 2022
The Fifth Circuit lifted its stay of a lower court ruling that had invalidated Louisiana's congressional districts. The state legislature must now draw new districts by June 20 or the task will fall to the federal courts.
Jun 10, 2022
The Fifth Circuit temporarily stayed a lower court ruling that had invalidated Louisiana's congressional map. The Fifth Circuit will next decide whether to overturn the lower court permanently. In the meantime, the Governor has called a special session of the state legislature to draw a new map.
Jun 6, 2022
A federal judge struck down Louisiana's new congressional map, holding that it violates ยง 2 of the Voting Rights Act. The state legislature has 14 days to draw a new map with two (instead of one) majority-minority districts out of six. The state immediately appealed the decision to the Fifth Circuit.
May 18, 2022
The Kansas Supreme Court upheld the state's new congressional map, overturning a lower state court decision that the map violated the state's constitution.
May 16, 2022
A special master published new congressional and state Senate maps, under the direction of the New York Court of Appeals.

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