• August 25, 2021

Where America’s Lost and Won Population Could Help Democrats Redistrict

With the release of block-level data from the 2020 census, we now have a much clearer picture of how and where the US population has grown and declined over the past 10 years. And while Republicans are largely setting the terms of the redistricting process that will follow from this announcement, the data shows a…

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What if the House of Representatives had more than 435 seats?

The number of voting members in the US House of Representatives has stagnated at 435 for more than 100 years.1class = “footnote”> even though the country’s population has more than tripled in that time. This has created the perfect recipe for uneven representation: each decade, these 435 House seats must be reassigned to adapt to…

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