Michigan is up next in our redistricting series. Throughout 2021, we'll delve into the states in detail, spotlighting a different state's redistricting outlook each week. Make sure to read our full redistricting outlook.

Current Delegation: 7D, 7R Projected 2022 Seats: 13 (-1) Redistricting Control: Bipartisan/independent commission

Current Congressional Map

Map credit: Cook Political Report, drawn with Dave's Redistricting App

Current Congressional Map: Detroit Inset

Map credit: Cook Political Report, drawn with Dave's Redistricting App

District-Level Population Analysis

Redistricting Outlook

Michigan is poised for a massive shakeup: thanks to a 2018 ballot initiative pushed by grassroots reformers and passed by 61 percent of voters, a 13-member independent citizens' commission is poised to take the reins and replace the gerrymandered lines drawn up by the GOP legislature in 2011. But ironically, it could be Democratic incumbents - not Republicans - who stand more to lose from a total map makeover.

For the third straight decade, Michigan is slated to lose a seat owing to slow population growth - and no incumbent should be considered totally safe in this upcoming

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