Redistricting Process: Legislative
Population Change (since 2000): 403,317
Governor: Mitch Daniels (R)
Members of Congress: 6R, 3D
Party Control: Republican
2008: 49.9% Obama, 49.0% McCain
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New Districts by Party Representation
2010 Redistricting Changes:
Redistricting Process: Redistricting for congressional and state legislative districts is handled through the normal legislative process, and plans passed by the legislature are subject to veto by the governor. Should the legislature fail to enact a plan, a Redistricting Commission is formed, consisting of the Speaker of the House, the President pro tempore of the Senate, the chairs of the House and Senate reapportionment committees, and a final member appointed by the governor. This fifth member must be a member of the legislature. The Commission recommends a plan to the legislature, but if that plan fails to secure passage, the governor calls a special session of the legislature to settle to issue.
Governor: Republican Mitch Daniels, Jr.
Legislature: Republicans control both chambers.
Number of Congressional Seats in 2011: 9 (no change from 2010)
2011 Ideal District Population: 720,422