The leaders of Florida’s House and Senate on Thursday announced what they know so far about how they plan to redraw the state’s legislative districts
As Florida prepares to add a 28th congressional seat and the major parties get ready to fight for control of the U.S. House, new census
Florida’s decennial redistricting process is encountering a pandemic-related delay in data delivery by the U.S. Census Bureau that threatens to hobble an already tight timetable.
Every 10 years, state lawmakers use census figures to redraw districts, deciding which voters will get to choose candidates vying for state and federal offices.
The last time Florida’s ruling Republicans were tasked with redrawing the state’s political districts, a judge concluded they turned it into a “mockery” by secretly and illegally working to