Census delays are scrambling the once-in-a-decade redistricting that will shape the 2022 midterms

The COVID-19 pandemic’s deleterious impact on the 2020 Census is continuing to bleed over into 2021, and may narrow the chances for Democrats to hang onto their slim House majority. The tumultuous run-up to the 2020 election sent states scrambling to adjust their candidate filing deadlines, delay primaries, and pass last-minute legislation to adjust their election policies to the pandemic. 

Grace Panetta February 22, 2021

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