Stephen Wolf+ Your Authors @PoliticsWolf @DKElections staff writer covering voting rights, gerrymandering, maps, & poli sci. Get the free Voting Rights Roundup weekly newsletter dkel.ec/votingr Jul. 18, 2019 1 min read + Your Authors

Good overview from @kkondik on the current partisan control over 2020s congressional redistricting, citing my assessment mapped here. Some states could change depending on 2019-2020 elections, but the GOP has a sizable advantage nearly as big as after 2010  http://crystalball.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/2020-redistricting-an-early-look/ 

I'm currently working on a story explaining every single state & how to best fight for #FairMaps in each state as we approach the 2020 census

While there's a lot of red on this map, partisan control could become much more balanced after the 2020 elections, with NC & possibly even TX having divided government instead of the current GOP control. Supreme Court races are key in OH, as is a possible ballot initiative in FL

Montana could (& I'm guessing will) regain a second congressional district after the 2020 census. Here's what it would probably look like, & it would still favor the GOP. Rhode Island could also (& I'm also guessing will) lose its second district, eliminating a Democratic seat


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