The Lowdown on Apportionment

  • New York loses one seat or two. New York could have either 25 or 26 seats for the next decade.
  • Alabama loses a seat. If New York keeps 26 seats, it would likely result in a six-member delegation from Alabama, down from seven members.
  • Minnesota loses a seat. We are also keeping a close eye on Minnesota. We project, and have projected for several years now, that Minnesota loses its eighth seat, but the state is currently on the bubble between 7–8 seats.
  • Texas gains two or three seats. Texas may have 38 or 39 seats for the next decade.

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All On The Line is the grassroots movement to end gerrymandering and restore fairness to our elections and democracy ahead of 2021 redistricting. Formerly OFA.

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All On The Line is the grassroots movement to end gerrymandering and restore fairness to our elections and democracy ahead of 2021 redistricting. Formerly OFA.

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