Florida Ruling Could Save Lawson, Net Democrats One Seat


Road Map to Redistricting 2021-2022

Welcome to the Cook Political Report’s redistricting dashboard, a hub for our in-depth analysis on each state’s congressional lines in advance of the 2022 midterm elections. Below, toggle between the reapportionment gain/loss map and redistricting control map to view how many seats each state is projected to receive and who controls each state’s process. Hover over each state and click through for more detailed information. Throughout 2021, we’ll update each state page with a full analysis of what could change and which incumbents could be at risk, including current and hypothetical maps we’ve drawn ourselves.

Redistricting Control Map

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Legend (Redistricting Control)








2021-2022 Cook Redistricting Scorecard

To help you keep track of what's unfolding, the scorecard below estimates how many seats each party might gain or lose in each state due to redistricting alone. For example, West Virginia is slated to lose a seat, and because all three current incumbents are Republicans, we’re “scoring” it as a GOP loss of one. In Colorado, where a new competitive seat might be drawn, we’re listing a 0.5 seat gain for both parties.