A delay in drawing new maps this year could slow next year’s elections

  • A delay in drawing new maps this year could slow next year’s elections
    A delay in drawing new maps this year could slow next year’s elections
The 2012 party primary elections in Texas were held May 29 instead of March 6 that year — the result of litigation over new political maps drawn to fit the 2010 census. Don’t be surprised if something like that happens in 2022, now that the U.S. Census Bureau has said its 2020 numbers, which will be used to draw new political maps, won’t be out until midsummer because of coronavirusrelated…

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