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 Daniel McGlone, Jeff Frankl and Luke McKinstry on July 29th, 2020
We calculated which congressional districts have become over or underpopulated since they were last drawn.
By Alex Lash, Luke McKinstry and Tai Wilkin on March 18th, 2020
This month we learned about principled ad hoc style variation with variants, handling too-big-for-memory data with Dask, and keeping long-term projects objective in mind while designing solutions.
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 Luke McKinstry on July 23rd, 2019
In this blog we look at how urban-rural differences play out in the way elected officials adopt social media and hope to shed light on this supposed wedge in a divided country.
By Luke McKinstry on May 14th, 2019
We made a quick election calendar using the Cicero database and Observable Notebooks. This tutorial shows how you can replicate using D3.js.