UPDATED Sep. 23, 2021, at 1:05 AM

What Redistricting Looks Like In Every State

An updating tracker of proposed congressional maps — and whether they might benefit Democrats or Republicans in the 2022 midterms and beyond.

partisan lean of districts:
New maps
Majority
Old maps
There are 2 Democratic-leaning seats and 4 Republican-leaning seats in the new maps so far.Change from old maps: None.

The latest with redistricting

Sept. 22, 2021

With block-level data from the 2020 census delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, we are just now starting to see states release first drafts of their congressional maps. So far, 10 states have released proposed maps, and they are all at different stages in the process. Colorado is probably furthest along, with the state’s new independent commission having honed their initial proposal twice now as it approaches the Oct. 1 deadline to submit a map to the state Supreme Court. Meanwhile, proposed maps in Maryland, New York and perhaps Iowa are likely dead on arrival, as they were drawn by advisory commissions that those state’s legislatures are free to ignore if they want to (and, with control of the House on the line, they will probably want to).

We also got our first drama of the cycle in Oregon, where Democratic legislators have reneged on a deal to give Republicans a seat at the redistricting table in an effort to pass through a map that disproportionately favors the Democratic Party. As of Sept. 21, it’s unclear whether Republicans will stage a walkout of the legislature in order to block the map’s passage. The incident is notable because it shows that Democrats may be increasingly willing to play hardball to get the maps they want — perhaps because they are at such a steep disadvantage in the redistricting process overall. The GOP enjoys sole authority over the redistricting of 187 House seats to Democrats’ 75.

Latest updates
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Sept. 22
The California Supreme Court extends the deadline for the state's Citizen Redistricting Commission to approve and certify a final map to Dec. 27, 2021.
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Sept. 18
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds called a special session for October 5, 2021 to approve new congressional and state legislative maps.
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Sept. 17
The Louisiana Legislature's Joint Governmental Affairs Committee met to discuss redistricting.
When we can expect new state maps
Final deadlines for each state to have approved congressional maps, including how far along it is in the process and how red or blue its current districts are based on partisan lean
Partisan lean
StateDeadlineStatusOld mapNew map
Icon of the Alabama state boundariesAlabamaJan. 28, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Arizona state boundariesArizonaJan. 1, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Arkansas state boundariesArkansasFeb. 22, 2022Maps proposed
Icon of the California state boundariesCaliforniaDec. 27, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Colorado state boundariesColoradoDec. 15, 2021Maps proposed
Icon of the Connecticut state boundariesConnecticutSept. 15, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Florida state boundariesFloridaJune 13, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Georgia state boundariesGeorgiaMarch 7, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Hawaii state boundariesHawaiiFeb. 27, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Idaho state boundariesIdahoFeb. 28, 2022Maps proposed
Icon of the Illinois state boundariesIllinoisMarch 7, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Indiana state boundariesIndianaNov. 15, 2021Map proposed
Icon of the Iowa state boundariesIowaFeb. 28, 2022Map proposed
Icon of the Kansas state boundariesKansasJune 1, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Kentucky state boundariesKentuckyNov. 3, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Louisiana state boundariesLouisianaJuly 22, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Maine state boundariesMaineOct. 10, 2021Maps proposed
Icon of the Maryland state boundariesMarylandFeb. 22, 2022Map proposed
Icon of the Massachusetts state boundariesMassachusettsFeb. 15, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Michigan state boundariesMichiganDec. 31, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Minnesota state boundariesMinnesotaFeb. 15, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Mississippi state boundariesMississippiJan. 1, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Missouri state boundariesMissouriFeb. 22, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Montana state boundariesMontanaNov. 14, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Nebraska state boundariesNebraskaJan. 5, 2022Maps proposed
Icon of the Nevada state boundariesNevadaMarch 7, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the New Hampshire state boundariesNew HampshireJune 1, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the New Jersey state boundariesNew JerseyJan. 18, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the New Mexico state boundariesNew MexicoFeb. 1, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the New York state boundariesNew YorkApril 4, 2022Maps proposed
Icon of the North Carolina state boundariesNorth CarolinaDec. 6, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Ohio state boundariesOhioSept. 30, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Oklahoma state boundariesOklahomaApril 13, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Oregon state boundariesOregonFeb. 8, 2022Maps proposed
Icon of the Pennsylvania state boundariesPennsylvaniaFeb. 15, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Rhode Island state boundariesRhode IslandJune 27, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the South Carolina state boundariesSouth CarolinaMarch 16, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Tennessee state boundariesTennesseeApril 7, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Texas state boundariesTexasDec. 13, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Utah state boundariesUtahMarch 11, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Virginia state boundariesVirginiaNov. 9, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the Washington state boundariesWashingtonNov. 15, 2021No maps proposed
Icon of the West Virginia state boundariesWest VirginiaJan. 10, 2022No maps proposed
Icon of the Wisconsin state boundariesWisconsinApril 15, 2022No maps proposed