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Once a decade, every state redraws the district lines governing where members of Congress and state legislators are elected. This state by state guide shows how redistricting happens across the U.S.
Pleadings in key redistricting cases before the courts in Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Legal challenges are pending to developments that could jeopardize the fairness and accuracy of the 2020 Census. Find summaries of these cases and related court documents here.
The Brennan Center's wide-ranging analysis of the laws and political forces that could impact the right to vote in 2018
Every ten years, states redraw their congressional and state district lines. Each state determines for itself, usually detailed in the state constitution, who will draw district lines for state legislators and Congress members.