The AP Bulks Up in a Big Way on Redistricting

With four different stories. 

Juliet Williams describes the structure of redistricting in the states that take the process out of the hands of the legislature – an issue up at the Supreme Court this year, in a case out of Arizona.  Each state’s process is a bit different, and put in place to achieve slightly different ends. 

Stephen Ohlemacher’s “Congressional Redistricting 101” describes how the other states do the job.

Ohlemacher’s piece on the partisan politics of the process then talks about the partisan results.

And then a joint piece by Ohlemacher and Donna Cassata – “GOP Has a Built-In Advantage in Fight for US House” wraps up the conclusion.


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