Redistricting News & Analysis

Podcast Episode 20: House Rating Changes & Upcoming Primaries w/ Bridget Bowman of NBC News

April 4, 2024 · 12:13 PM EDT

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Bridget Bowman of NBC News discuss the fight for the House majority, including Inside Elections recent rating changes in a dozen races, and upcoming primaries to watch. 

Listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Pocket Casts here.

The Inside Elections podcast…

Podcast Episode 19: Illinois & Ohio Primary Results w/ Erin Covey of The Cook Political Report

March 22, 2024 · 4:43 PM EDT

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Erin Covey of The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter discuss key recent primary results in Illinois and Ohio, look ahead to the general election in the Ohio Senate race, and analyze Rep. Bob Good’s GOP primary challenge in Virginia. Erin and Jacob also discuss…

Podcast Episode 18: State of the Union & Super Tuesday with Mary Ellen McIntire of Roll Call

March 9, 2024 · 12:19 AM EST

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and guest Mary Ellen McIntire of Roll Call talk about how the State of the Union speech and Republican response will impact congressional races, dive into key primaries from Super Tuesday that will help decide the House and Senate majorities and identify a handful of candidates…

Key Super Tuesday Results in Alabama, North Carolina and Texas Congressional Races

by Jacob Rubashkin March 6, 2024 · 1:18 AM EST

With the presidential primaries on cruise control, a couple dozen consequential congressional primaries on Super Tuesday either helped set the stage of competitive general elections or effectively elected a new member of Congress by choosing a winner in a solid district. 

Since California takes awhile to count votes, here are…

Podcast Episode 17: Texas House & Senate Primaries with Abby Livingston of Puck News

February 28, 2024 · 10:58 AM EST

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Abby Livingston of Puck News analyze the key upcoming House primaries in Texas, the Democratic primary for the right to challenge GOP Sen. Ted Cruz, and try to figure out which congressional district some recent TV shows and movies take place in.

Listen…

Louisiana Redistricting: Democrats +1, Graves 0

by Jacob Rubashkin January 22, 2024 · 4:00 PM EST

House Democrats look set to pick up a seat in Louisiana following a court-ordered redistricting process, at the expense of a once-powerful ally of former Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

While not final, the map passed by the Louisiana state legislature and supported by GOP Gov. Jeff Landry last week would create…

2024 House Overview (Dec. 15, 2023): Kansas - New York

December 15, 2023 · 2:28 PM EST

Kansas. Filing deadline June 3. Primary Aug. 6.
3rd District (Kansas City suburbs) Sharice Davids, D, re-elected 55%. Biden 51%. Oncologist Prasanth Reddy got another stamp of establishment approval when Speaker Mike Johnson included the former LabCorp executive and Air Force Reserve officer in his joint fundraising committee. He’ll…

2024 House Overview (Dec. 15, 2023): North Carolina - Wisconsin

December 15, 2023 · 2:27 PM EST

North Carolina. Primary March 5. Runoff May 14.
1st District (Inland northeastern North Carolina) Don Davis, D, elected 52%. Biden 50.4%. North Carolina’s Republican-controlled legislature has transformed the state’s congressional map, allowing Republicans to easily flip three Democratic-held seats and leaving just one competitive seat: the 1st. The new…

North Carolina House: Republicans Draw Takeover Opportunities

by Erin Covey October 27, 2023 · 2:26 PM EDT

North Carolina’s Republican-controlled state legislature passed a new congressional map on Wednesday that, as expected, will allow the GOP to easily flip three Democratic-held districts.

Currently, the purple state’s 14-member congressional delegation is evenly split between Republicans and Democrats. But this new map creates 10 safe Republican seats, three safe…

Report Shorts (Oct. 27, 2023)

October 27, 2023 · 2:25 PM EDT

Georgia Redistricting. A federal judge ruled that Georgia’s congressional map violates the Voting Rights Act and ordered the state to produce a new map for 2024. Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has called a special session for redistricting that will convene after Thanksgiving. But unlike in Alabama, it’s unclear that redrawing…