Midterm elections and redistricting maps

New York Governor Kathy Hochul
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Due to new redistricting maps, states could lose Democratic and Republican seats. For instance, New York’s redistricting could lead to the loss of four Republican Seats.

Meanwhile, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly (Dem,) vetoed Republicans’ proposed congressional map to avoid losing the state’s only Democratic House of Representatives seat occupied by Sharice Davids.

Michigan is also in the mix. Recently, Michigan state’s Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit stating that their new redistricting map unfairly represented the Black community’s representation.

“Black voters had a majority of voters in 15 districts under the old maps (two in the U.S. House, two in the state Senate and 11 in the state House), which was reduced to seven with the new maps created by an independent redistricting commission.”

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