1000 Congressional Districts

Oregon (13 Districts)
Oregon:


Oregon

Portland
District 1:
PVI – D+12
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +28%
Governor 2018: Brown +21%
Governor 2016: Brown +21%
Senator 2016: Wyden +36%


District 2:
PVI – D+37
President 2016: Clinton +73%
President 2008: Obama +73%
Governor 2018: Brown +73%
Governor 2016: Brown +70%
Senator 2016: Wyden +67%


District 3:
PVI – D+25
President 2016: Clinton +54%
President 2008: Obama +50%
Governor 2018: Brown +43%
Governor 2016: Brown +42%
Senator 2016: Wyden +55%


District 4:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +5%
President 2008: Obama +9%

Governor 2018: Buehler +5%
Governor 2016: Pierce +3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 5:
PVI – D+10
President 2016: Clinton +17%
President 2008: Obama +21%
Governor 2018: Brown +17%
Governor 2016: Brown +15%
Senator 2016: Wyden +30%


District 6:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +1%
President 2008: Obama +11%

Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +1%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 7:
PVI – R+1
President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
President 2008: Obama +5%

Governor 2018: Buehler +2%
Governor 2016: Pierce +8%

Senator 2016: Wyden +12%

District 8:
PVI – R+11
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +9%
Governor 2018: Buehler +26%
Governor 2016: Pierce +25%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%


District 9:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Trump +1%
President 2008: Obama +10%
Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +0.3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +13%

District 10:
PVI – D+13
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +22%
Governor 2018: Brown +24%
Governor 2016: Brown +22%
Senator 2016: Wyden +34%


District 11:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +16%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2018: Buehler +17%
Governor 2016: Pierce +11%

Senator 2016: Wyden +5%

District 12:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +15%
President 2008: McCain +7%
Governor 2018: Buehler +22%
Governor 2016: Pierce +15%

Senator 2016: Wyden +8%

District 13:
PVI – R+19
President 2016: Trump +35%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2018: Buehler +30%
Governor 2016: Pierce +31%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%



Oregon is a mostly democratic state, with 4 very competitive districts, but all occupied by Democrats, despite repeated serious challenges from the GOP.

The 1st District occupies the eastern part of Portland, in addition to the city of Gresham. The 2nd occupies the entire central part of Portland. The 3rd occupies the remainder of the west portion of Portland, in addition to Beaverton.

The 4th starts south of Lake Oswego, and covers Oregon City, Gladstone, going east on Estacada. The 5th occupies the western part of Tigard, in addition to Aloha, Tualatin and Sherwood. The 6th occupies the entire northwestern portion of the state, with Hillsboro as its largest city.

The 7th covers from Newberg in the north, to Keizer and the state capital, Salem, in its southern part. The 8th is in the center of the state, covering some suburbs of Salem and, in its eastern portion, going to the 1st to the north. The 9th covers most of the coast of the state of Oregon.

The 10th is concentrated in the city of Eugene, the third largest in the state. The 11th covers a southern portion of the state, just below the 12th, which runs from southern Eugene to a small northern Oregon border at Cascade Locks. The 13th covers the rest of eastern Oregon.

District 1 – Safe D in 2020
Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Gresham/Multnomah), first elected in 2008

District 2 – Safe D in 2020
Earl Blumenauer (D-Portland/Multnomah), first elected in 1996, special

District 3 – Safe D in 2020
Suzanne Bonamici (D-Beaverton/Washington), first elected in 2012, special

District 4 – Lean D in 2020
Kurt Schraeder (D-Canby/Clackamas), first elected in 2008

District 5 – Safe D in 2020
Richard Devlin (D-Tualatin/Washington), first elected in 2006

District 6 – Lean D in 2020
Deborah Boone (D-Seaside/Clatsop), first elected in 2012

District 7 – Lean D in 2020
Bill Bradbury (D-Salem/Marion), first elected in 2002

District 8 – Safe R in 2020
Fred Girod (R-Stayton/Marion), first elected in 2012

District 9 –Tossup in 2020
Arnie Roblan (D-Coos Bay/Coos), first elected in 2012

District 10 – Safe D in 2020
Peter De Fazio (D-Springfield/Lane), first elected in 1986

District 11 – Likely R in 2020
Dennis Richardson (R-Central Point/Jackson), first elected in 2014, died in 2019
Duane Stark (R-Grants Pass/Josephine), elected in 2019

District 12 – Likely R in 2020
Bruce Hanna (R-Roseburg/Douglas), first elected in 2010

District 13 – Safe R in 2020
Greg Walden (R-Hood River), first elected in 1998



Total:
2016 – GOP 99 x DEM 51
2018 – GOP 86 x DEM 64 (D+13)
 
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Oregon:


Oregon

Portland
District 1:
PVI – D+12
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +28%
Governor 2018: Brown +21%
Governor 2016: Brown +21%
Senator 2016: Wyden +36%


District 2:
PVI – D+37
President 2016: Clinton +73%
President 2008: Obama +73%
Governor 2018: Brown +73%
Governor 2016: Brown +70%
Senator 2016: Wyden +67%


District 3:
PVI – D+25
President 2016: Clinton +54%
President 2008: Obama +50%
Governor 2018: Brown +43%
Governor 2016: Brown +42%
Senator 2016: Wyden +55%


District 4:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +5%
President 2008: Obama +9%

Governor 2018: Buehler +5%
Governor 2016: Pierce +3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 5:
PVI – D+10
President 2016: Clinton +17%
President 2008: Obama +21%
Governor 2018: Brown +17%
Governor 2016: Brown +15%
Senator 2016: Wyden +30%


District 6:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +1%
President 2008: Obama +11%

Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +1%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 7:
PVI – R+1
President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
President 2008: Obama +5%

Governor 2018: Buehler +2%
Governor 2016: Pierce +8%

Senator 2016: Wyden +12%

District 8:
PVI – R+11
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +9%
Governor 2018: Buehler +26%
Governor 2016: Pierce +25%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%


District 9:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Trump +1%
President 2008: Obama +10%
Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +0.3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +13%

District 10:
PVI – D+13
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +22%
Governor 2018: Brown +24%
Governor 2016: Brown +22%
Senator 2016: Wyden +34%


District 11:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +16%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2018: Buehler +17%
Governor 2016: Pierce +11%

Senator 2016: Wyden +5%

District 12:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +15%
President 2008: McCain +7%
Governor 2018: Buehler +22%
Governor 2016: Pierce +15%

Senator 2016: Wyden +8%

District 13:
PVI – R+19
President 2016: Trump +35%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2018: Buehler +30%
Governor 2016: Pierce +31%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%



Oregon is a mostly democratic state, with 4 very competitive districts, but all occupied by Democrats, despite repeated serious challenges from the GOP.

The 1st District occupies the eastern part of Portland, in addition to the city of Gresham. The 2nd occupies the entire central part of Portland. The 3rd occupies the remainder of the west portion of Portland, in addition to Beaverton.

The 4th starts south of Lake Oswego, and covers Oregon City, Gladstone, going east on Estacada. The 5th occupies the western part of Tigard, in addition to Aloha, Tualatin and Sherwood. The 6th occupies the entire northwestern portion of the state, with Hillsboro as its largest city.

The 7th covers from Newberg in the north, to Keizer and the state capital, Salem, in its southern part. The 8th is in the center of the state, covering some suburbs of Salem and, in its eastern portion, going to the 1st to the north. The 9th covers most of the coast of the state of Oregon.

The 10th is concentrated in the city of Eugene, the third largest in the state. The 11th covers a southern portion of the state, just below the 12th, which runs from southern Eugene to a small northern Oregon border at Cascade Locks. The 13th covers the rest of eastern Oregon.

District 1 – Safe D in 2020
Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Gresham/Multnomah), first elected in 2008

District 2 – Safe D in 2020
Earl Blumenauer (D-Portland/Multnomah), first elected in 1996, special

District 3 – Safe D in 2020
Suzanne Bonamici (D-Beaverton/Washington), first elected in 2012, special

District 4 – Lean D in 2020
Kurt Schraeder (D-Canby/Clackamas), first elected in 2008

District 5 – Safe D in 2020
Richard Devlin (D-Tualatin/Washington), first elected in 2006

District 6 – Lean D in 2020
Deborah Boone (D-Seaside/Clatsop), first elected in 2012

District 7 – Lean D in 2020
Bill Bradbury (D-Salem/Marion), first elected in 2002

District 8 – Safe R in 2020
Fred Girod (R-Stayton/Marion), first elected in 2012

District 9 –Tossup in 2020
Arnie Roblan (D-Coos Bay/Coos), first elected in 2012

District 10 – Safe D in 2020
Peter De Fazio (D-Springfield/Lane), first elected in 1986

District 11 – Likely R in 2020
Dennis Richardson (R-Central Point/Jackson), first elected in 2014, died in 2019
Duane Stark (R-Grants Pass/Josephine), elected in 2019

District 12 – Likely R in 2020
Bruce Hanna (R-Roseburg/Douglas), first elected in 2010

District 13 – Safe R in 2020
Greg Walden (R-Hood River), first elected in 1998



Total:
2016 – GOP 99 x DEM 51
2018 – GOP 86 x DEM 64 (D+13)
I edited the map of Oregon, changing small parts of the 11th, 12th and 13th. The numbers have changed, but the borders have become more visually aligned.
 
Oregon:


Oregon

Portland
District 1:
PVI – D+12
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +28%
Governor 2018: Brown +21%
Governor 2016: Brown +21%
Senator 2016: Wyden +36%


District 2:
PVI – D+37
President 2016: Clinton +73%
President 2008: Obama +73%
Governor 2018: Brown +73%
Governor 2016: Brown +70%
Senator 2016: Wyden +67%


District 3:
PVI – D+25
President 2016: Clinton +54%
President 2008: Obama +50%
Governor 2018: Brown +43%
Governor 2016: Brown +42%
Senator 2016: Wyden +55%


District 4:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +5%
President 2008: Obama +9%

Governor 2018: Buehler +5%
Governor 2016: Pierce +3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 5:
PVI – D+10
President 2016: Clinton +17%
President 2008: Obama +21%
Governor 2018: Brown +17%
Governor 2016: Brown +15%
Senator 2016: Wyden +30%


District 6:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +1%
President 2008: Obama +11%

Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +1%

Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

District 7:
PVI – R+1
President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
President 2008: Obama +5%

Governor 2018: Buehler +2%
Governor 2016: Pierce +8%

Senator 2016: Wyden +12%

District 8:
PVI – R+11
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +9%
Governor 2018: Buehler +26%
Governor 2016: Pierce +25%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%


District 9:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Trump +1%
President 2008: Obama +10%
Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
Governor 2016: Pierce +0.3%

Senator 2016: Wyden +13%

District 10:
PVI – D+13
President 2016: Clinton +24%
President 2008: Obama +22%
Governor 2018: Brown +24%
Governor 2016: Brown +22%
Senator 2016: Wyden +34%


District 11:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +16%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2018: Buehler +17%
Governor 2016: Pierce +11%

Senator 2016: Wyden +5%

District 12:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +15%
President 2008: McCain +7%
Governor 2018: Buehler +22%
Governor 2016: Pierce +15%

Senator 2016: Wyden +8%

District 13:
PVI – R+19
President 2016: Trump +35%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2018: Buehler +30%
Governor 2016: Pierce +31%
Senator 2016: Callahan +4%



Oregon is a mostly democratic state, with 4 very competitive districts, but all occupied by Democrats, despite repeated serious challenges from the GOP.

The 1st District occupies the eastern part of Portland, in addition to the city of Gresham. The 2nd occupies the entire central part of Portland. The 3rd occupies the remainder of the west portion of Portland, in addition to Beaverton.

The 4th starts south of Lake Oswego, and covers Oregon City, Gladstone, going east on Estacada. The 5th occupies the western part of Tigard, in addition to Aloha, Tualatin and Sherwood. The 6th occupies the entire northwestern portion of the state, with Hillsboro as its largest city.

The 7th covers from Newberg in the north, to Keizer and the state capital, Salem, in its southern part. The 8th is in the center of the state, covering some suburbs of Salem and, in its eastern portion, going to the 1st to the north. The 9th covers most of the coast of the state of Oregon.

The 10th is concentrated in the city of Eugene, the third largest in the state. The 11th covers a southern portion of the state, just below the 12th, which runs from southern Eugene to a small northern Oregon border at Cascade Locks. The 13th covers the rest of eastern Oregon.

District 1 – Safe D in 2020
Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Gresham/Multnomah), first elected in 2008

District 2 – Safe D in 2020
Earl Blumenauer (D-Portland/Multnomah), first elected in 1996, special

District 3 – Safe D in 2020
Suzanne Bonamici (D-Beaverton/Washington), first elected in 2012, special

District 4 – Lean D in 2020
Kurt Schraeder (D-Canby/Clackamas), first elected in 2008

District 5 – Safe D in 2020
Richard Devlin (D-Tualatin/Washington), first elected in 2006

District 6 – Lean D in 2020
Deborah Boone (D-Seaside/Clatsop), first elected in 2012

District 7 – Lean D in 2020
Bill Bradbury (D-Salem/Marion), first elected in 2002

District 8 – Safe R in 2020
Fred Girod (R-Stayton/Marion), first elected in 2012

District 9 –Tossup in 2020
Arnie Roblan (D-Coos Bay/Coos), first elected in 2012

District 10 – Safe D in 2020
Peter De Fazio (D-Springfield/Lane), first elected in 1986

District 11 – Likely R in 2020
Dennis Richardson (R-Central Point/Jackson), first elected in 2014, died in 2019
Duane Stark (R-Grants Pass/Josephine), elected in 2019

District 12 – Likely R in 2020
Bruce Hanna (R-Roseburg/Douglas), first elected in 2010

District 13 – Safe R in 2020
Greg Walden (R-Hood River), first elected in 1998



Total:
2016 – GOP 99 x DEM 51
2018 – GOP 86 x DEM 64 (D+13)
I edited the map of Oregon once again, exchanging some precincts between the 11th, 12th and 13th districts. No change in numbers.
 
Kentucky (14 Districts)
Kentucky:


Kentucky

Louisville

Lexington

District 1:
PVI – D+20
President 2016: Clinton +41%
President 2008: Obama +40%
Governor 2019: Beshear +61%
Senator 2016: Gray +47%


District 2:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +6%
President 2008: Obama +0.3%
Governor 2019: Beshear +27%
Senator 2016: Gray +7%


District 3:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +35%
President 2008: McCain +23%
Governor 2019: Bevin +3%
Senator 2016: Paul +19%


District 4:
PVI – R+20
President 2016: Trump +39%
President 2008: McCain +29%
Governor 2019: Bevin +12%
Senator 2016: Paul +38%


District 5:
PVI – R+16
President 2016: Trump +32%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2019: Bevin +2%
Senator 2016: Paul +27%


District 6:
PVI – EVEN
President 2016: Clinton +7%
President 2008: Obama +4%
Governor 2019: Beshear +31%
Senator 2016: Gray +19%


District 7:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +34%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2019: Bevin +2%
Senator 2016: Paul +11%


District 8:
PVI – R+23
President 2016: Trump +45%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2019: Bevin +8%
Senator 2016: Paul +17%


District 9:
PVI – R+23
President 2016: Trump +51%
President 2008: McCain +13%
Governor 2019: Bevin +3%
Senator 2016: Paul +13%


District 10:
PVI – R+35
President 2016: Trump +69%
President 2008: McCain +50%
Governor 2019: Bevin +37%
Senator 2016: Paul +46%


District 11:
PVI – R+28
President 2016: Trump +59%
President 2008: McCain +42%
Governor 2019: Bevin +31%
Senator 2016: Paul +38%


District 12:
PVI – R+18
President 2016: Trump +37%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2019: Bevin +9%
Senator 2016: Paul +27%


District 13:
PVI – R+15
President 2016: Trump +34%
President 2008: McCain +12%
Governor 2019: Bevin +4%
Senator 2016: Paul +15%


District 14:
PVI – R+23
President 2016: Trump +48%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2019: Bevin +22%
Senator 2016: Paul +30%



Kentucky is a comfortably republican state, with only 3 seats being held by members of the Democratic party, and only one of them being Safe.

The 1st is Kentucky's only Safe D district, occupying most of the city of Louisville. The 2nd covers the rest of the eastern portion of Louisville, as well as Jeffersontown, Lyndon and Middletown. The 3rd occupies the rest of Jefferson County, going south towards the center of the state.

The 4th occupies northern Kentucky, to the north with Burlingon and Florence, in addition to Crittenden. The 5th continues on the northern border of the 4th. The 6th covers Lexington. The 7th is west of the 6th, also covering the state capital, Frankfort. The 8th is east of the 6th, with Richmond as the largest city.

9th is on the state border with West Virginia. The 10th is on the Kentucky-Virginia border. The 11th is on the west side of the 10th. The 12th has Bowling Green as its largest city, the 3rd largest in Kentucky. The 13th is on the border with Indiana, covering Henderson and Owensboro. The 14 ° covers the western end of the state.


District 1 – Safe D in 2020
John Yarmuth (D-Louisville/Jefferson), first elected in 2006

District 2 – Lean D in 2020
Jerry Abramson (D-Louisville/Jefferson), first elected in 2010

District 3 – Safe R in 2020
Trey Grayson (R-Belmont/Bullitt), first elected in 2010

District 4 – Safe R in 2020
John Schickel (R-Union/Boone), first elected in 2012

District 5 – Safe R in 2020
Thomas Massie (R-Garrison/Lewis), first elected in 2010

District 6 – Lean D in 2020
Ben Chandler (D-Lexington/Fayette), first elected in 2004, special

District 7 – Safe R in 2020
Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown/Kentucky), first elected in 2008

District 8 – Safe R in 2020
Ed Worley (R-Richmond/Madison), first elected in 2010

District 9 – Safe R in 2020
Jill York (R-Grayson/Carter), first elected in 2014

District 10 – Safe R in 2020
Hal Rogers (R-Somerset/Pulaski), first elected in 1980

District 11 – Safe R in 2020
James Comer (R-Tompkinsville/Monroe), first elected in 2016

District 12 – Safe R in 2020
Brett Guthrie (R-Bowling Green/Warren), first elected in 2008

District 13 – Safe R in 2020
Matt Castlen (R-Owensboro/Daviess), first elected in 2016

District 14 – Safe R in 2020
Steven Rudy (R-West Paducah/McCracken), first elected in 2010



Total:
2016 – GOP 110 x DEM 54
2018 – GOP 97 x DEM 67 (D+13)
 
Just a thought: after Kentucky we passed the 25 states and just 164 districts.
50% of states and only 16% of districts. The easiest part of the project is coming to an end.
I will try to continue keeping the script of 1 state every 1 or 2 days. I already have maps ready for all states to Massachusetts and Congressmen to Colorado. But as I move forward in the larger states, it will take me longer.
I thank everyone who is following this project!
 
Just a thought: after Kentucky we passed the 25 states and just 164 districts.
50% of states and only 16% of districts. The easiest part of the project is coming to an end.
I will try to continue keeping the script of 1 state every 1 or 2 days. I already have maps ready for all states to Massachusetts and Congressmen to Colorado. But as I move forward in the larger states, it will take me longer.
I thank everyone who is following this project!
Maybe after that you could make some extra congressional proposals for Puerto Rico (3.726 million according to 2010 Census, 12 seats) and Washington DC (602 thousand, 2 seats) under that framework.
 
Maybe after that you could make some extra congressional proposals for Puerto Rico (3.726 million according to 2010 Census, 12 seats) and Washington DC (602 thousand, 2 seats) under that framework.
Whenever I try to make a Puerto Rico map in DRA, nothing ever loads.
I have never tried to make maps of Puerto Rico and DC in the DRA, but when the 50 states are over, I will try to do these two!
 
Louisiana (15 Districts)
Louisiana:


Louisiana

New Orleans

Baton Rouge

District 1:
PVI – D+28
President 2016: Clinton +57%
President 2008: Obama +52%
Senator 2016: Campbell +58%


District 2:
PVI – D+8
President 2016: Clinton +20%
President 2008: Obama +10%
Senator 2016: Campbell +17%


District 3:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +27%
President 2008: McCain +38%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +40%


District 4:
PVI – R+16
President 2016: Trump +32%
President 2008: McCain +23%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +36%


District 5:
PVI – R+29
President 2016: Trump +55%
President 2008: McCain +56%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +58%


District 6:
PVI – R+26
President 2016: Trump +47%
President 2008: McCain +48%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +54%


District 7:
PVI – R+8
President 2016: Trump +17%
President 2008: McCain +10%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +16%


District 8:
PVI – D+2
President 2016: Clinton +8%
President 2008: Obama +1%
Senator 2016: Campbell +4%


District 9:
PVI – R+5
President 2016: Trump +7%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +13%


District 10:
PVI – R+21
President 2016: Trump +39%
President 2008: McCain +34%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +45%


District 11:
PVI – R+19
President 2016: Trump +36%
President 2008: McCain +26%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +41%


District 12:
PVI – R+24
President 2016: Trump +48%
President 2008: McCain +37%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +45%


District 13:
PVI – R+1
President 2016: Clinton +1%
President 2008: McCain +1%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +4%


District 14:
PVI – R+20
President 2016: Trump +39%
President 2008: McCain +33%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +39%


District 15:
PVI – R+16
President 2016: Trump +30%
President 2008: McCain +28%
Senator 2016: Kennedy +30%



The 1st District occupies most of the city of New Orleans, and is the most democratic of the districts in the state of Louisiana. The 2nd occupies a small portion of the city of New Orleans, and then heads south on Jefferson Parish. The 3rd occupies the northern part of Jefferson Parish, as well as the whole of St. Charles Parish, as well as Edgard and La Place, in St. John the Baptist Parish.

The 4th District is in the south of the state, covering Houma and Thibodaux, as well as Donaldsonville, and Sorrento, to the north. The 5th is north of the 3rd, covering Hammond. The 6th covers the entire east of the state of Louisiana, covering several islands and the coast, from north to south.

The 7th extends across the Mississippi border, from Greensburg and Jackson, to Opelousas and Eunice in the center of the state, and heading north in Winnsboro and up to a small section of the Arkansas border. Baton Rouge, the 2nd largest city in the state, is divided between the 8th and 9th districts, with the 8th covering the north of the city, in addition to Baker and Zachary. The 8th tends as a Democrat. The 9th covers the south of Baton Rouge, going south of the state, on St. Mary Parish. The district is competitive but tends to the GOP.

The 10th covers the city of Lafayette, the 4th largest in the state. The 11th is southwest of the state, covering Abbeville to the southern border with Texas. The 12th covers the border with Texas, from the end of the 11th to the south of Shreveport, on the 13th.

The 13th covers the city of Shreveport, and despite having a PVI R + 1, it has been represented by a member of the Democratic Party since 2008. The 14th covers the entire northern border of Louisiana with Arkansas, going south in the central state, in Winnfield. The 15th covers a strip in the center of the state, from the south in Alexandria to the north in Monroe.


District 1 – Safe D in 2020
Cedric Richmond (D-New Orleans/Orleans), first elected in 2010

District 2 – Safe D in 2020
Mitch Landrieu (D-New Orleans/Orleans), first elected in 2014

District 3 – Safe R in 2020
Eric Skrmetta (R-Metairie/Jefferson), first elected in 2012

District 4 – Safe R in 2020
Lenar Whitney (R-Houma/Terrebonne), first elected in 2014

District 5 – Safe R in 2020
Eddie Lambert (R-Prairieville/Ascension), first elected in 2016

District 6 – Safe R in 2020
Sharon Hewitt (R-Slidell/St. Tammany), first elected in 2016

District 7 – Safe R in 2020
Ralph Abraham (R-Mangham/Richland), first elected in 2014

District 8 – Likely D in 2020
Kip Holden (D-Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge), first elected in 2008

District 9 – Lean R in 2020
Garret Graves (R-Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge), first elected in 2014

District 10 – Safe R in 2020
Page Cortez (R-Lafayette), first elected in 2012

District 11 – Safe R in 2020
Bret Allain (R-Jeanerette/Iberia), first elected in 2014

District 12 – Safe R in 2020
Gerald Long (R-Natchitoches), first elected in 2010

District 13 – Lean D in 2020
Keith Hightower (D-Shreveport/Caddo), first elected in 2008

District 14 – Safe R in 2020
Mike Johnson (R-Benton/Bossier), first elected in 2016

District 15 – Safe R in 2020
Lance Harris (R-Alexandria/Rapides), first elected in 2012


Total:
2016 – GOP 121 x DEM 58
2018 – GOP 108 x DEM 71 (D+13)
 
Hi @AdrianoChika , I'm new here and loving your work!
I just wanted to ask: Could you release some kind of WIP map for the whole country so far?
(so maybe like the states that you haven't gotten to yet are just grayed out or something like that)
Thanks my guy, even if you don't get to it, I'll still come back and check this out!
 
Well, I have very bad news. There was an error in my calculations and North Carolina will have 31 districts instead of 26. So, instead of redoing the maps already made, I decided to increase the number of districts in the project from 1000 to 1005. I hope you understand.


Hi @AdrianoChika , I'm new here and loving your work!
I just wanted to ask: Could you release some kind of WIP map for the whole country so far?
(so maybe like the states that you haven't gotten to yet are just grayed out or something like that)
Thanks my guy, even if you don't get to it, I'll still come back and check this out!
First of all, thank you for following the project. Secondly, I don't know if I understand what you're asking for, but from what I understand, would it be a map of the entire United States with the new districts?
If so, unfortunately I believe that the DRA does not have this option, so I would have to do this manually from an external way. It will probably be laborious, but I will find a way to do what you are asking. I just can't promise dates. (If anyone has a suggestion for a more practical way of doing this, I would appreciate it if you let me know)
 
Oof. That 6th district in Louisiana.

I've never been a fan of districts that are marginally connected by islands, but alas, sometimes legislatures do it anyway.
 
it's pretty hard to avoid in a place like Louisiana
I'll disagree on Louisiana. You can always put all of the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain together, while put the extreme delta areas in with Houma or even New Orleans proper. It's places like Virginia's Delmarva, North Carolina's Outer Banks, Washington's San Juan Islands, and parts of New York City where it gets really dicey.

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I don't know if I mentioned it earlier but I love this project! It's nice seeing a United States with smaller districts.

Also hopefully you don't mind, but I'm working on my own rendition of this universe with multiple parties but using the same borders.
 
I don't know if I mentioned it earlier but I love this project! It's nice seeing a United States with smaller districts.

Also hopefully you don't mind, but I'm working on my own rendition of this universe with multiple parties but using the same borders.
Thank you!
About your work, not only do I not mind, but I enter your post daily to see your progress, very interesting! Keep doing!
 
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