April 27, 2021
Julia Manchester, The Hill
“The full redistricting data will not be available until this fall, but politicians are already eyeing who will be affected by shifting district boundaries and the implications the new map will have on the race for the House majority next year.”
“Republicans now have the final say when drawing congressional lines in 187 districts, while Democrats have total authority in 75 districts. Bipartisan commissions will control the drawing in 121 districts.”
“‘When we get through all of this, we’ll be in a good spot to take back the majority,’ said Adam Kincaid, executive director of the National Republican Redistricting Trust.”
Read the full article on The Hill.