New Jersey Democrats won a crucial victory for the next decade on Sunday as the state redistricting commission approved their legislative district map, dealing a blow to Republican hopes of retaking control of the Legislature.
Redistricting Across The United States
The Rose Institute of State and Local Government at Claremont McKenna College presents one source to find information on redistricting in all fifty states. Scroll over a state to learn about its redistricting process, and click on a state to go to its individual page with more in-depth information and news coverage of redistricting in the state.
As the debate over the new legislative districts – and control of the State House for the next decade - rages on, the first map has emerged from the bowels of the redistricting process.
New Jersey Star-Ledger: N.J. Democrats ask Republicans to disclose donors to organization funding redistricting efforts
Democrats today called on Republicans to disclose donors to an organization they set up to help fund their redistricting efforts, and then to disband it.Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-Mercer) said redistricting should be...
The two major political parties in New Jersey are engaged in a decennial power dance to redraw our legislative and congressional districts. Following Census 2010, the New Jersey Redistricting Commission is required by the state constitution to redraw...
Jersey Journal: Given New Census Data, Hudson County Congressional Seat Likely to be Affected by Redistricting
New Jersey will lose one of its 13 congressional seats, new Census data for 2010 released today shows and it's up to a bi-partisan congressional commission to decide whose district will be on the chopping block.