Congressional Redistricting

Arizona Politics

Players the same, but district numbers shuffled in House redistricting – Cronkite News

Illustration: Congressional campaigns are often compared to horse races, but in Arizona the jockeys and the horses were scrambled this year. Even without moving, seven of the state’s nine House members landed in newly numbered districts after redistricting. (Illustration by Camila Pedrosa/Cronkite News) If you live in Arizona’s 5th Congressional District or 8th Congressional District,

Michael Barone

Opinion: Redistricting Proved To Be Much Ado About Not Very Much – Michael Barone

The congressional redistricting wars are mostly over. Much of the hoopla surrounding it is proving overheated. Before looking at this cycle’s results, a primer on the subject is in order. The first and most important point is that the requirement that districts have equal populations seriously limits the effects of partisan redistricting. That requirement seems

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