First Proposed Texas Legislative District Lines Released Today

The Texas Legislative Council posted the first proposed redistricting maps for the Texas Senate by Republicans in the upper chamber led by...

What’s Been Done on Redistricting So Far?

The third special session of the Texas Legislature starts on Monday, and the main goal will be to set the new congressional...

Analysis: Texas District Changes to Look For

After months of delay and speculation, the results of the United States Census are finally out and Governor Greg Abbott has formally...

Texas Senators File a Lawsuit To Prevent Redistricting To Happen During Special Session

Democratic Sens. Sarah Eckhardt from Austin and Roland Gutierrez from San Antonio filed a federal lawsuit to block the Texas Legislature from...

Census: Non-Hispanic Whites in Texas Now a Minority

The long-delayed results of the 2020 United States Census are out, and they show that America’s population is growing and becoming more...

Abbott’s Folly: How His Hardnose Voting Fight Could Cost Him Redistricting

Enough Texas Democrats have fled the state that the Texas House of Representatives cannot legally form a quorum or pass any laws,...

The Redistricting Fight Begins

The 2022 midterm elections are likely to be an absolute bloodbath. Not only do Democrats hold very slim majorities in both chambers,...

Does Texas Need an Independent Redistricting Commission?

Texas is due to redraw congressional districts this year once the census report is finished being processed, though it’s likely that won’t...

Redistricting Committee Meets to Discuss North Texas

The Senate Redistricting Committee convened to discuss redistricting issues for North Texas on Wednesday morning. Dr. Potter, Texas' Demographer, testified again today...

Redistricting Hearing Casts More Doubts on Census Data

The Senate Special Committee on Redistricting met on Tuesday morning with a focus on South Texas. Senators touched mainly on the accuracy...

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