Alabama has passed a new congressional map. Use the jump links below to navigate to all of our updates as well as our original outlook.

  • November 5, 2021: Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law the GOP legislature's plan to make only minimal changes to the current, totally uncompetitive 6R-1D map.
  • January 29, 2021 Our initial Alabama redistricting outlook.

Throughout the 2022 cycle, we'll be providing quick updates on important redistricting developments in each state. Be sure to visit our "Road Map to Redistricting" for an overview of who controls the process and links to our state-by-state analysis. Also be sure to bookmark our "House Incumbents Most at Risk" and "Enacted Maps & 2022 Ratings" interactives.

Alabama 2022 Maps and Ratings

Alabama Redistricting Updates November 5

As expected, on Wednesday Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law the GOP legislature's plan to make only minimal changes to the current, totally uncompetitive 6R-1D map. In anticipation, several Black legislators backed by Democrats' national redistricting arm filed a federal lawsuit in September alleging that the state's lines are discriminatory because

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