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Ohio's new congressional map has been blocked by the Ohio Supreme Court for partisan Gerrymandering by the Republican controlled state legislature.


  • Ohio Democrats have claimed that persistent GOP Gerrymandering has distorted the level of Republican support in Ohio. The state must now present a new map for consideration.
  • The redistricting committee may have to make concessions to the Democrats in order to get the map approved on time.
  • How redistricting will affect the House elections is a key trend to watch ahead of November. Ohio currently has three House seats which are considered Republican 'lean' or 'tossup'. These competitive races may be added to.