Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues to shine.
He just released congressional maps in Florida that gives the GOP more seats.
Ron DeSantis releases new congressional redistricting map
Florida’s congressional delegation now:
16 GOP seats, 11 Dem seats (R+5)
Under DeSantis plan:
20 GOP seats, 8 Dem seats (R+12)
✅ FL Net Difference: GOP +7
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) April 14, 2022
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis proposed a new congressional map that would create four more Republican-leaning districts and wipe out Democrats’ national redistricting advantage.
DeSantis’ map would create 20 Republican seats and eight Democratic ones based on 2020 electoral data, according to Matthew Isbell, a leading Florida-based Democratic data consultant who analyzed the maps Wednesday evening. Florida’s congressional delegation consists of 16 Republicans and 11 Democrats in the House. The state was apportioned an additional House seat after the 2020 census.
Democrats have attempted to gerrymander across the country as a way to stop the red wave coming in 2022.
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