The Census Bureau has finally released the granular data from the 2020 Census that will allow states to begin the redistricting process. The only thing at stake is the future of democracy itself. Redistricting is purportedly a process to ensure that each member of Congress represents roughly the same number of people. Part of this process involves the reallocation of Congressional seats from one state to another. California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia will all lose a seat and, therefore, need to eliminate one Congressional district. Florida, North Carolina, Colorado, Montana, Oregon will add an additional Congressional district. Texas will add two new Congressional districts.
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