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Just when you thought redistricting was done, it pulls you back in. A partisan shakeup on the New York Court of Appeals could mean that Democrats have another shot at passing a congressional gerrymander. But the process is far from straightforward, with a variety of legal caveats. David Wasserman breaks down the likelihood of a remap occurring, as well as which Republicans would be at risk.


[00:00:00] Hey, this is David Wasserman, House Editor of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, and this week we're taking a look at New York and the prospects that Democrats could redraw the Empire State's congressional Map in advance of 2024. Now, you might be wondering, aren't we finished with the census and redistricting?

And you'd be right for the most part except for a handful of states, and we've already covered North Carolina where Republicans are likely to redraw the state's map to wipe four Democratic seats off the map

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