Redistricting in 2022: What Happened So Far?
February 25, 2022
As the 2022 midterm elections approach, officials across the country continue to work towards completing a new round of redistricting nationwide.
Across all 50 states, the redistricting process has played out very differently between states that have strong protections against partisan gerrymandering and states that do not. While some states have embraced redistricting processes that encourage bipartisan input and fair representation, others have continued to court controversy through biased maps. This dynamic has been compounded as several states have seen new districts engulfed in legal controversy over a number of factors, from partisan fairness to the representation of racial minorities.
In our latest redistricting resource, MAP takes a look at two states that have stood out for improvements in their redistricting processes and compares them to examples of new partisan gerrymanders.
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