A look at where restrictive voting rights legislation and gerrymandered redistricting plans are being passed.
By Keri Klinges on September 8th, 2022
By Luke McKinstry on July 25th, 2022
The US Census counts most people in their residence using the household survey, but the group quarters count is particularly relevant to drawing district boundaries and impacts the redistricting process.
By Alana Hill on December 7th, 2021
DistrictBuilder, Azavea’s free redistricting tool, recently held a competition in partnership with the Public Mapping Project to encourage more participation in the redistricting process.
By Daniel McGlone on April 30th, 2020
The census has asked to delay delivery of data. What will that mean for redistricting and elections?
By Luke McKinstry on February 27th, 2020
Redistricting is happening across cities in California in an effort to make representation more equitable. View our map to see where this is happening and why.
By Daniel McGlone on November 1st, 2018
Redistricting was rampant in 2018. Over 31 million Americans will be voting in new local, state, or congressional districts on Election Day next week.