October 22, 2021

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Indiana census knowledge will be used to draw district maps

The Census Bureau on Thursday will release the facts states will use to attract Statehouse and congressional district maps, after delays driven by COVID-19. 

Indiana isn’t gaining or getting rid of any congressional seats, but point out legislative leaders will nevertheless have to redraw the maps to ensure all political districts comprise approximately the exact selection of individuals soon after population adjustments

What all those maps appear like issues: which districts Hoosiers are put in can affect how probable a Republican or Democrat is probable to represent them in Congress and in the Statehouse, and how considerably affect just about every bash has for the next 10 many years. 

They would not be redrawn once more right until the 2030 Census. 

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