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How Mapmaking Can Tilt The Balance In Congress

How Mapmaking Can Tilt The Balance In Congress

Update: 2023-09-158
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Congressional redistricting in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and New York may give Democrats a chance to win more seats in the House of Representatives & improve their chances to take back the chamber in the 2024 elections. We explore why.

Then, bidding farewell to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), and saying hello to Taylor Swift.

This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, congressional correspondents Deirdre Walsh and Claudia Grisales, WNYC Albany reporter Jon Campbell, and Gulf States Newsroom reporter Stephan Bisaha.

This episode was produced by Casey Morell and Elena Moore. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi.

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rshackleford53

isn't this gerrymandering?

Sep 15th
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How Mapmaking Can Tilt The Balance In Congress

How Mapmaking Can Tilt The Balance In Congress