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As Congress considers whether to grant the Census Bureau’s request for an extension of upcoming Census deadlines it is important to look at the 2021 redistricting cycle and the impact …
On Monday, April 13, the Department of Commerce and the U.S. Census Bureau requested a delay of major 2020 Census deadlines to accommodate the impossibility of door-to-door field operations during …
The US Census Bureau released two tools to help Americans understand how they are conducting the 2020 Census: a Type of Enumeration Area (TEA) Viewer and profiles of the different …
The 2019 off-year elections have changed the landscape for congressional and legislative redistricting control. Below are updated control maps for the 2021 redistricting cycle.
Fair Lines used the newly released ACS 5-year Estimates from 2014-2018 to forecast how reapportionment would play out if the Census Bureau reapportioned congressional representation based on the total citizen …
Below are Fair Lines America’s updated 2019 estimates for reapportionment following the 2020 Census. The 2020 reapportionment will allocate congressional representation (and Electoral College votes) for the 50 states from …
Based on Fair Lines America’s updated 2020 reapportionment estimates the twelve seats listed below will be either the final 6 apportioned or the first 6 left out.
Though the number of Congressional seats has not changed since 1911, the movement of seats has. A review of aggregate representation shifts over the past five reapportionments reveals 62 seats …

The above information was prepared by Fair Lines America