Redistricting Control

Post-2019 Redistricting Control

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.

Congressional Redistricting Control

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Legislative Redistricting Control

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States with Republican Control (20):

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas**, Kentucky**, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina*, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming

* Governor has no veto over redistricting plans.

** Republican veto-proof majorities.

States with Democrat Control (9):

Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Virginia

** Democrat veto-proof majorities.

States with Split Control (10):

Connecticut*, Louisiana, Maine*, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York*, Ohio**, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Wisconsin

* States require 2/3 majorities in both chambers to enact a map.

** Ohio requires votes from both parties to enact a map for 10 years.

States with Commissions (13):

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri*, Montana, New Jersey, Ohio**, Pennsylvania*, Washington

* Legislative only.

** For the state legislature and as a backup plan for the Congressional districts.

The above information was prepared by Fair Lines America