Moving South and West
Politico notes that reapportionment after the next census will continue longstanding trends, with more congressional seats moving to the South and West. The study, from ...
Politico notes that reapportionment after the next census will continue longstanding trends, with more congressional seats moving to the South and West.
The study, from the firm Election Data Services, projects that Texas will pick up three seats in Congress. Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada and Utah would gain one seat each. Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania would each lose one.
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