We’re through the first big week of congressional redistricting, and everything has more or less gone according to plan. In Indiana and Louisiana, Republicans did their best to push Reps. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Jeff Landry (R-La.) out, while a commission in Iowa did what commissions do and overhauled the map to a significant degree.
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.
Washington Post: Indiana Republicans move to take out Donnelly, shore up Young with redistricting proposal
Rep. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) knew today was not going to be a great day for him. And he was right. Republicans in Indiana’s state legislature came out with a redistricting plan for the state's new congressional districts this morning that, as expected, hands Donnelly the very short end of the stick.
Indiana Rep. Joe Donnelly got the news he expected from redistricting maps released Monday: Holding onto his seat is going to be "much more difficult."
For all the turmoil that's hit the Indiana Legislature this year, the most unavoidably political action it faces is just about to arrive. Republicans have begun work to redraw the political maps...