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Prof. Justin Levitt'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.

View In-Depth National Overview

Congressional Plan

Plan Dates:

Seats: (projected)


Plan Status:

Party Control:
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The Latest Updates

May 12, 2021
The Connecticut legislature passed S.B. 753 which would change how incarcerated individuals are counted for purposes of determining state legislative districts.
May 4, 2021
The CO legislature passed resolution 21-1008 asking the CO Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of S.B. 21-247 which would help expedite the generation preliminary redistricting plans.
Apr 26, 2021
The Census Bureau released the 2020 apportionment data, including the population count for all 50 states (plus DC and Puerto Rico), and the allocation of representatives to each of the states.
Apr 15, 2021
The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission announced the selection of its final six members.
Apr 8, 2021
The Iowa Supreme Court announced that it will handle redistricting in the event that the legislature is unable to do so by the required deadline due to delays in receiving U.S. census data.
Apr 6, 2021
The New Mexico Governor signed SB 304, which creates an independent advisory commission for state and federal district plans.

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