Republicans are expected to get seats on the revised maps of the 2022 Congress, but Democrats may be worse off.
The US Census, released on Monday, will change political power in Congress, redistributing Texas to two chambers in the House – Florida, North Carolina, Oregon, Colorado, Montana, California (for the first time) to New York, O. Michigan և West Virginia. Florida, Texas և Arizona, each controlled entirely by Republicans, expected additional seats. “By balance, I think this reshuffle offers a little incentive for Republicans, but a bigger incentive probably comes from the way Republicans choose these places in Florida, Texas, North Carolina and Georgia,” he told Axios. Dave Wasserman of Cook’s political report. “Rearrangement itself means little compared to the future redistributive battles.” It will not be exactly equal conditions. “Republicans control the redistribution process in far more states than Democrats, because of the GOP dominance in the ballot box,” The New York Times reported. “At the same time, Democrats have moved redistribution decisions to states where they control the government, such as California, Colorado and Virginia, with independent commissions that aim to create fair maps.” Home chairs are broken by the last redistributive body (vs. 2011). – Republican. 187 (219) – Democratic Democratic: 75 (44) – Independent / Bipartisan Committee: 121 (88) – Split control. 46 (77) – In the Greater States. 6 (7) https://t.co/qDEAQHGIZF pic.twitter.com/voM1hHEDrK – Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) April 26, 2021 “Good news for Democrats. 2010 was the year the lines were last drawn, ”Wasserman’s partner Amy Walters told PBS NewsHour. “The bad news for Democrats, the good news for Republicans, is that Republicans still control more than twice as many congressional constituencies.” And Democrat-controlled Oregon is likely to add a GOP seat to a power-sharing deal with the Republican minority. In Texas, where population growth has come from Hispanics, Hispanics, as well as foreigners from Houston, Austin, Dallas, and other democratically driven urban centers, the U.S. legislature predicts two new Congressional districts will be Republican. In fact, the Republicans “could perceptibly take the five seats they needed” to take control of the house in Texas, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Ratings will change, “but right now, Republicans can expect to get eight seats from zero through changes to the Map.” Additional materials from theweek.com are shockingly expensive. Thank you, Obama. Biden’s big ifSenate confirms Samantha Power as USAID Administrator