South Carolina 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 23, 2021: South Carolina Republicans unveiled a proposal
  • August 16, 2021: Our initial South Carolina 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

Current Congressional Map

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

South Carolina Redistricting Updates November 23

On November 23, South Carolina Republicans unveiled a proposal that, from afar, looks identical to the current 6R-1D map. But there's one big difference: it shifts about 85,000 mostly non-white residents in the Charleston area from freshman GOP Rep. Nancy Mace's competitive 1st CD to Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn's Black majority 6th CD, boosting the GOP performance in

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