​Four states that have new electoral maps heading into 2024

New congressional maps in several states are set to change the political landscape of 2024, aiding either Democrats or Republicans as they look to flip control in Congress.

Wisconsin became the latest state to approve new congressional maps, with Gov. Tony Evers (D-WI) signing the Republican-approved legislative boundaries into law this weekend. New York, Louisiana, and Florida lawmakers are continuing to battle either each other or the courts over their maps, while Alabama and Georgia concluded their redistricting fights in 2023. 

Many states faced court rulings that found their maps violating the Voting Rights Act, requiring many to draw in majority-black districts to reflect the state’s population, such as Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana.

Here is where the redistricting fight stands ahead of the November election.

Alabama — Approved

Alabama’s redistricting battle came to
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