1000 Congressional Districts

Texas ( 82 Districts)
Texas:


Texas

Houston

San Antonio

Austin

Dallas-Fort Worth

El Paso

South Texas

District 1:
PVI – D+1
President 2016: Clinton +13%
President 2008: McCain +4%
Governor 2014: Abbott +8%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +16%

District 2:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +26%
President 2008: McCain +33%
Governor 2014: Abbott +42%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +49%

District 3:
PVI – D+27
President 2016: Clinton +61%
President 2008: Obama +51%
Governor 2014: Davis +53%
Senator 2014: Alameel +48%

District 4:
PVI – D+27
President 2016: Clinton +56%
President 2008: Obama +54%
Governor 2014: Davis +51%
Senator 2014: Alameel +46%

District 5:
PVI – D+31
President 2016: Clinton +67%
President 2008: Obama +65%
Governor 2014: Davis +65%
Senator 2014: Alameel +59%

District 6:
PVI – R+1
President 2016: Clinton +14%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2014: Abbott +5%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +20%

District 7:
PVI – D+19
President 2016: Clinton +45%
President 2008: Obama +30%
Governor 2014: Davis +26%
Senator 2014: Alameel +17%

District 8:
PVI – R+7
President 2016: Trump +3%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2014: Abbott +30%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +43%

District 9:
PVI – D+14
President 2016: Clinton +34%
President 2008: Obama +23%
Governor 2014: Davis +19%
Senator 2014: Alameel +13%

District 10:
PVI – R+5
President 2016: Clinton +2.5%
President 2008: McCain +17%
Governor 2014: Abbott +21%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +29%

District 11:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +6%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2014: Abbott +31%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +39%

District 12:
PVI – D+6
President 2016: Clinton +22%
President 2008: Obama +12%
Governor 2014: Davis +5%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +1%

District 13:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +25%
President 2008: McCain +31%
Governor 2014: Abbott +35%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

District 14:
PVI – R+10
President 2016: Trump +17%
President 2008: McCain +10%
Governor 2014: Abbott +17%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +23%

District 15:
PVI – R+16
President 2016: Trump +32%
President 2008: McCain +22%
Governor 2014: Abbott +29%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

District 16:
PVI – D+19
President 2016: Clinton +40%
President 2008: Obama +37%
Governor 2014: Davis +36%
Senator 2014: Alameel +28%

District 17:
PVI – D+25
President 2016: Clinton +53%
President 2008: Obama +44%
Governor 2014: Davis +47%
Senator 2014: Alameel +38%

District 18:
PVI – D+8
President 2016: Clinton +22%
President 2008: Obama +13%
Governor 2014: Davis +8%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +3%

District 19:
PVI – R+7
President 2016: Trump +3.5%
President 2008: McCain +16%
Governor 2014: Abbott +21%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +35%

District 20:
PVI – R+2
President 2016: Clinton +3.5%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2014: Abbott +11%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +24%

District 21:
PVI – R+22
President 2016: Trump +36%
President 2008: McCain +39%
Governor 2014: Abbott +48%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

District 22:
PVI – D+8
President 2016: Clinton +26%
President 2008: Obama +17%
Governor 2014: Davis +15%
Senator 2014: Alameel +5%

District 23:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +12%
President 2008: McCain +10%
Governor 2014: Abbott +19%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +29%

District 24:
PVI – D+28
President 2016: Clinton +62%
President 2008: Obama +55%
Governor 2014: Davis +58%
Senator 2014: Alameel +49%

District 25:
PVI – R+4
President 2016: Clinton +3%
President 2008: McCain +6%
Governor 2014: Abbott +10%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

District 26:
PVI – D+15
President 2016: Clinton +36%
President 2008: Obama +29%
Governor 2014: Davis +29%
Senator 2014: Alameel +21%

District 27:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +28%
President 2008: McCain +24%
Governor 2014: Abbott +35%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +43%

District 28:
PVI – R+8
President 2016: Trump +11%
President 2008: McCain +7%
Governor 2014: Abbott +29%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +34%

District 29:
PVI – R+18
President 2016: Trump +31%
President 2008: McCain +27%
Governor 2014: Abbott +44%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +50%

District 30:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +13%
President 2008: McCain +15%
Governor 2014: Abbott +22%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

District 31:
PVI – R+6
President 2016: Trump +3%
President 2008: McCain +15%
Governor 2014: Abbott +20%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +28%

District 32:
PVI – R+9
President 2016: Trump +5%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2014: Abbott +25%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +35%

District 33:
PVI – D+1
President 2016: Clinton +12%
President 2008: McCain +0.2%
Governor 2014: Abbott +7%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

District 34:
PVI – R+7
President 2016: Trump +3%
President 2008: McCain +17%
Governor 2014: Abbott +23%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +33%

District 35:
PVI – R+4
President 2016: Clinton +6%
President 2008: McCain +11%
Governor 2014: Abbott +15%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +28%

District 36:
PVI – R+27
President 2016: Trump +49%
President 2008: McCain +43%
Governor 2014: Abbott +52%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +59%

District 37:
PVI – D+38
President 2016: Clinton +76%
President 2008: Obama +76%
Governor 2014: Davis +75%
Senator 2014: Alameel +72%

District 38:
PVI – R+6
President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
President 2008: McCain +14%
Governor 2014: Abbott +22%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

District 39:
PVI – D+24
President 2016: Clinton +53%
President 2008: Obama +48%
Governor 2014: Davis +49%
Senator 2014: Alameel +42%

District 40:
PVI – D+18
President 2016: Clinton +41%
President 2008: Obama +34%
Governor 2014: Davis +33%
Senator 2014: Alameel +28%

District 41:
PVI – D+9
President 2016: Clinton +22%
President 2008: Obama +16%
Governor 2014: Davis +17%
Senator 2014: Alameel +13%

District 42:
PVI – R+4
President 2016: Trump +0.3%
President 2008: McCain +9%
Governor 2014: Abbott +11%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

District 43:
PVI – R+19
President 2016: Trump +30%
President 2008: McCain +32%
Governor 2014: Abbott +39%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +48%

District 44:
PVI – R+22
President 2016: Trump +40%
President 2008: McCain +35%
Governor 2014: Abbott +39%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +47%

District 45:
PVI – D+15
President 2016: Clinton +35%
President 2008: Obama +32%
Governor 2014: Davis +31%
Senator 2014: Alameel +23%

District 46:
PVI – R+14
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +20%
Governor 2014: Abbott +27%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +37%

District 47:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +40%
President 2008: McCain +41%
Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +58%

District 48:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +27%
President 2008: McCain +27%
Governor 2014: Abbott +33%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

District 49:
PVI – R+17
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +31%
Governor 2014: Abbott +40%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +48%

District 50:
PVI – R+24
President 2016: Trump +41%
President 2008: McCain +39%
Governor 2014: Abbott +49%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

District 51:
PVI – D+11
President 2016: Clinton +31%
President 2008: Obama +19%
Governor 2014: Davis +10%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +0.5%

District 52:
PVI – D+23
President 2016: Clinton +52%
President 2008: Obama +42%
Governor 2014: Davis +37%
Senator 2014: Alameel +29%

District 53:
PVI – D+10
President 2016: Clinton +26%
President 2008: Obama +19%
Governor 2014: Davis +3%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +0.2%

District 54:
PVI – R+35
President 2016: Trump +67%
President 2008: McCain +60%
Governor 2014: Abbott +76%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +79%

District 55:
PVI – R+31
President 2016: Trump +56%
President 2008: McCain +52%
Governor 2014: Abbott +68%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +73%

District 56:
PVI – R+22
President 2016: Trump +39%
President 2008: McCain +37%
Governor 2014: Abbott +56%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +61%

District 57:
PVI – R+29
President 2016: Trump +50%
President 2008: McCain +54%
Governor 2014: Abbott +71%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +74%

District 58:
PVI – R+24
President 2016: Trump +52%
President 2008: McCain +38%
Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

District 59:
PVI – R+34
President 2016: Trump +66%
President 2008: McCain +51%
Governor 2014: Abbott +66%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +71%

District 60:
PVI – R+32
President 2016: Trump +60%
President 2008: McCain +51%
Governor 2014: Abbott +70%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +73%

District 61:
PVI – R+23
President 2016: Trump +40%
President 2008: McCain +35%
Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

District 62:
PVI – R+31
President 2016: Trump +59%
President 2008: McCain +46%
Governor 2014: Abbott +61%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +67%

District 63:
PVI – R+13
President 2016: Trump +21%
President 2008: McCain +18%
Governor 2014: Abbott +33%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

District 64:
PVI – D+17
President 2016: Clinton +38%
President 2008: Obama +33%
Governor 2014: Davis +19%
Senator 2014: Alameel +11%

District 65:
PVI – D+23
President 2016: Clinton +44%
President 2008: Obama +47%
Governor 2014: Davis +37%
Senator 2014: Alameel +35%

District 66:
PVI – D+20
President 2016: Clinton +42%
President 2008: Obama +37%
Governor 2014: Davis +27%
Senator 2014: Alameel +23%

District 67:
PVI – D+12
President 2016: Clinton +27%
President 2008: Obama +27%
Governor 2014: Davis +14%
Senator 2014: Alameel +10%

District 68:
PVI – R+3
President 2016: Trump +2%
President 2008: McCain +5%
Governor 2014: Abbott +12%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +21%

District 69:
PVI – D+27
President 2016: Clinton +52%
President 2008: Obama +47%
Governor 2014: Davis +44%
Senator 2014: Alameel +40%

District 70:
PVI – R+6
President 2016: Trump +10%
President 2008: McCain +4%
Governor 2014: Abbott +14%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

District 71:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +48%
President 2008: McCain +39%
Governor 2014: Abbott +51%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +54%

District 72:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +46%
President 2008: McCain +39%
Governor 2014: Abbott +52%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

District 73:
PVI – R+32
President 2016: Trump +63%
President 2008: McCain +48%
Governor 2014: Abbott +63%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +67%

District 74:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +49%
President 2008: McCain +37%
Governor 2014: Abbott +57%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +59%

District 75:
PVI – R+29
President 2016: Trump +56%
President 2008: McCain +40%
Governor 2014: Abbott +53%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +61%

District 76:
PVI – R+16
President 2016: Trump +23%
President 2008: McCain +31%
Governor 2014: Abbott +37%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +44%

District 77:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +42%
President 2008: McCain +40%
Governor 2014: Abbott +55%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +62%

District 78:
PVI – R+28
President 2016: Trump +44%
President 2008: McCain +50%
Governor 2014: Abbott +60%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +66%

District 79:
PVI – R+2
President 2016: Clinton +8%
President 2008: McCain +7%
Governor 2014: Abbott +13%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

District 80:
PVI – R+22
President 2016: Trump +30%
President 2008: McCain +43%
Governor 2014: Abbott +49%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

District 81:
PVI – R+25
President 2016: Trump +47%
President 2008: McCain +36%
Governor 2014: Abbott +54%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +60%

District 82:
PVI – R+21
President 2016: Trump +37%
President 2008: McCain +31%
Governor 2014: Abbott +45%
Senator 2014: Cornyn +53%


District 1 – Likely D in 2020
Carol Alvarado (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2016

District 2 – Safe R in 2020
Briscoe Cain (R-Baytown/Harris) , first elected in 2016

District 3 – Safe D in 2020
Gene Green (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
Sylvia Garcia (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

District 4 – Safe D in 2020
Adrian Garcia (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2012

District 5 – Safe D in 2020
Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1994

District 6 – Likely D in 2020
Annise Parker (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2016

District 7 – Safe D in 2020
Al Green (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2004

District 8 – Tossup in 2020
John Culberson (R-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2000, defeated in 2018
Lizzie Fletcher (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

District 9 – Safe D in 2020
John Whitmire (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1992

District 10 – Lean D in 2020
Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
Jon Rosenthal (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

District 11 – Lean R in 2020
John Zerwas (R-Richmond/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2012

District 12 – Safe D in 2020
Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2014

District 13 – Safe R in 2020
Randy Weber (R-Alvin/Brazoria) , first elected in 2012

District 14 – Likely R in 2020
Pat Hallisey (R-League City/Galveston) , first elected in 2012

District 15 – Safe R in 2020
Dade Phelan (R-Beaumont/Jefferson) , first elected in 2016

District 16 – Safe D in 2020
Trey Martinez Fischer (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2012

District 17 – Safe D in 2020
Joaquin Castro (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2012

District 18 – Safe D in 2020
Ciro Rodriguez (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2006

District 19 – Likely R in 2020
Will Hurd (R-Helotes/Bexar) , first elected in 2014

District 20 – Likely D in 2020
Lamar Smith (R-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 1986, retired in 2018
Roland Gutierrez (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , elected in 2018

District 21 – Safe R in 2020
Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels/Comal) , first elected in 2016

District 22 – Safe D in 2020
Kirk Watson (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 2004

District 23 – Safe R in 2020
Dawn Buckingham (R-Horseshoe Bay/Llano) , first elected in 2016

District 24 – Safe D in 2020
Lloyd Doggett (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 1994

District 25 – Lean D in 2020
Marsha Farney (R-Georgetown/Williamson) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
Vikki Goodwin (D-Austin/Travis) , elected in 2018

District 26 – Safe D in 2020
Sarah Eckhardt (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 2016

District 27 – Safe R in 2020
John Carter (R-Round Rock/Williamson) , first elected in 2002

District 28 – Likely R in 2020
Scott Cosper (R-Killeen/Bell) , first elected in 2016

District 29 – Safe R in 2020
Kyle Deaver (R-Waco/McLennan) , first elected in 2016

District 30 – Safe R in 2020
John Ratcliffe (R-Heath/Texas) , first elected in 2016

District 31 – Tossup in 2020
Pete Sessions (R-Dallas) , first elected in 1996, defeated in 2018
Colin Allred (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

District 32 – Likely R in 2020
Sam Johnson (R-Plano/Collins) , first elected in 1991, retired in 2018
Van Taylor (R-Plano/Collins) , elected in 2018

District 33 – Likely D in 2020
Don Huffines (R-Dallas) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
Nathan M. Johnson (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

District 34 – Lean R in 2020
Ron Simmons (R-Carrolton/Denton) , first elected in 2016

District 35 – Lean D in 2020
Jeb Hensarling (R-Dallas) , first elected in 2002, retired in 2018
John Turner (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

District 36 – Safe R in 2020
Joe Barton (R-Ennis/Ellis) , first elected in 1984, retired in 2018
John Wray (R-Waxahachie/Ellis) , elected in 2018

District 37 – Safe D in 2020
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Dallas) , first elected in 1992

District 38 – Tossup in 2020
Kenny Marchant (R-Coppell/Dallas) , first elected in 2004, defeated in 2018
Julie Johnson (D-Irving/Dallas) , elected in 2018

District 39 – Safe D in 2020
Jessica González (D-Dallas) , first elected in 2016

District 40 – Safe D in 2020
Chris Turner (D-Grand Prairie/Dallas) , first elected in 2014

District 41 – Safe D in 2020
Carl Sherman (D-DeSoto/Dallas) , first elected in 2014

District 42 – Tossup in 2020
Ron Wright (R-Arlington/Tarrant) , first elected in 2016, defeated in 2018
Finnigan Jones (D-Arlington/Tarrant) , elected in 2018

District 43 – Safe R in 2020
George Prescott Bush (R-Fort Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 2016

District 44 – Safe R in 2020
Roger Williams (R-Weatherford/Parker) , first elected in 2012

District 45 – Safe D in 2020
Marc Veasey (D-Forth Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 2012

District 46 – Safe R in 2020
Kay Granger (R-Fort Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 1996

District 47 – Safe R in 2020
Michael C. Burgess (R-Highland Village/Denton) , first elected in 2002

District 48 – Safe R in 2020
Lynn Stucky (R-Sanger/Denton) , first elected in 2014

District 49 – Safe R in 2020
Scott Sanford (R-McKinney/Collin) , first elected in 2016

District 50 – Safe R in 2020
Reggie Smith (R-Van Alstyne/Collin) , first elected in 2016

District 51 – Safe D in 2020
Silvestre Reyes (D-El Paso) , first elected in 1996

District 52 – Safe D in 2020
Beto O'Rourke (D-El Paso) , first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for senator
Veronica Escobar (D-El Paso) , elected in 2018

District 53 – Safe D in 2020
Pete Gallego (D-Alpine/Brewster) , first elected in 2012

District 54 – Safe R in 2020
Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon/Donley) , first elected in 1994

District 55 – Safe R in 2020
Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo/Potler) , first elected in 2006

District 56 – Safe R in 2020
Jodey Arrington (R-Lubbock) , first elected in 2016

District 57 – Safe R in 2020
Mike Conaway (R-Midland) , first elected in 2004

District 58 – Safe R in 2020
Gary VanDeaver (R-New Boston/Bowie) , first elected in 2014

District 59 – Safe R in 2020
Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls/Wichita) , first elected in 2010

District 60 – Safe R in 2020
Stan Lambert (R-Abilene/Taylor) , first elected in 2014

District 61 – Safe R in 2020
Harvey Hilderbran (R-Kerrville/Kerr) , first elected in 2012

District 62 – Safe R in 2020
Sid Miller (R-Stephenville/Erath) , first elected in 2012

District 63 – Safe R in 2020
David Emery (R-Lytle/Atascosa) , first elected in 2014

District 64 – Safe D in 2020
Filemon Vela Jr. (D-Brownsville/Cameron) , first elected in 2012

District 65 – Safe D in 2020
Armando Martinez (D-Weslasco/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2014

District 66 – Safe D in 2020
Vicente Gonzalez (D-McAllen/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2016

District 67 – Safe D in 2020
Norma Ramirez (D-Edinburg/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2016

District 68 – Tossup in 2020
Blake Farenthold (R-Corpus Christi/Nueces) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
Abel Herrero (D-Corpus Christi/Nueces) , elected in 2018

District 69 – Safe D in 2020
Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo/Webb) , first elected in 2004

District 70 – Likely R in 2020
J. M. Lozano (R-Kingsville/Kleberg) , first elected in 2014

District 71 – Safe R in 2020
Chris Paddie (R-Marshall/Harrison) , first elected in 2016

District 72 – Safe R in 2020
Louie Gohmert (R-Tyler/Smith) , first elected in 2004

District 73 – Safe R in 2020
Bob Hall (R-Edgewood/Van Zandt) , first elected in 2014

District 74 – Safe R in 2020
Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville/Cherokee) , first elected in 1998

District 75 – Safe R in 2020
Brian Babin (R-Woodville/Tyler) , first elected in 2014

District 76 – Safe R in 2020
Ted Poe (R-Humble/Harris) , first elected in 2004, retired in 2018
Dan Crenshaw (R-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

District 77 – Safe R in 2020
Bill Flores (R-Bryan/Brazon) , first elected in 2010

District 78 – Safe R in 2020
Kevin Brady (R-The Woodlands/Montgomery) , first elected in 1996

District 79 – Lean D in 2020
Patricia Harless (R-Spring/Dallas) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
Jarvis Johnson (D-Houston/Dallas) , elected in 2018

District 80 – Safe R in 2020
Dan Patrick (R-Cypress/Harris) , first elected in 2012

District 81 – Safe R in 2020
Michael Cloud (R-Victoria) , first elected in 2016

District 82 – Safe R in 2020
Troy Nehls (R-Richmond/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2016


Total:
2016 – GOP 517 x DEM 367
2018 – GOP 444 x DEM 440 (D+73)
 
Could I get access to those if that is possible?
Do you want something specific? Because I have them all in DRA 2020, I don't have them saved in any file I can send.

As a Corpus Christian, thanks for getting rid of Ducky Pajamas (my nickname for Blake Farenthold)...
I assume the loss must have been at least 5%.

What led to districts 54 and 62 being shaped the way they are?
District 54 is the Panhandle minus the Amarillo and Lubbock regions. District 62 is probably the weirdest on the map, covering some disconnected parts of central Texas, in the middle of two more populous regions.
 
District 54 is the Panhandle minus the Amarillo and Lubbock regions. District 62 is probably the weirdest on the map, covering some disconnected parts of central Texas, in the middle of two more populous regions.
Well it does look a bit gerrymandered to me. Maybe you can swap a few counties around in 54/55/56?

Meanwhile, yeah. Fixing 62 is going to require modifying 59, 60, and 61 at minimum.
 
Well it does look a bit gerrymandered to me. Maybe you can swap a few counties around in 54/55/56?

Meanwhile, yeah. Fixing 62 is going to require modifying 59, 60, and 61 at minimum.
That might be more due to gerrymandering than anything in relation to geography.
Well, I understand gerrymander's claims. But I don't think it would be that big, considering that 54 and 62, in addition to the districts close to them, all have at least PVI R + 20 and most of them a PVI R + 30.
 
To keep you updated on the progress of the project. The map of California with the 121 districts is ready, and tomorrow I will start working on the congressmen. If you want to leave suggestions of names of possible congressmen for me to analyze tomorrow, feel free!
Anyway, I thank everyone who is following this project with patience! And I'm already full of ideas for the next one (districts with 30k people).
 
To keep you updated on the progress of the project. The map of California with the 121 districts is ready, and tomorrow I will start working on the congressmen. If you want to leave suggestions of names of possible congressmen for me to analyze tomorrow, feel free!
Anyway, I thank everyone who is following this project with patience! And I'm already full of ideas for the next one (districts with 30k people).
How about this guy?
 
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