Quotations that match 'redistricting'.

If you ask the people who are professional political analysts, they would say that the way redistricting has worked, that the Republicans have something of a lock on the House until a redistricting occurs after 2010, particularly as a result of what DeLay did in Texas. John Podesta
[ After Analysts Ask Delay Did House Lock Occurs Particularly Political Professional Redistricting Republicans Result Say Something Texas Until Way Worked Would]
So the - the part of the problem is not just the rhetoric. It's the fact that we - we're so polarized in what we've done to each other as parties over the last thirty years in redistricting that it's very, very hard to overcome your own constituencies and move to the middle. Howard Dean
[ Constituencies Done Each Fact Hard Just Last Middle Move Other Over Overcome Own Part Parties Polarized Problem Redistricting Rhetoric Thirty Very Years Your]
In the House, Republican prospects have been buoyed by several successful rounds of redistricting, which have sharply reduced the number of competitive seats and given the Republicans a national advantage of at least a dozen seats. Thomas E. Mann
[ Advantage Been Competitive Dozen Given House Least National Number Prospects Redistricting Reduced Republican Republicans Rounds Seats Several Sharply Successful Which]
Redistricting is one of the purest actions a legislative body can take. John Engler
[ Actions Body Legislative Purest Redistricting Take]
Redistricting is a deeply political process, with incumbents actively seeking to minimize the risk to themselves (via bipartisan gerrymanders) or to gain additional seats for their party (via partisan gerrymanders). Thomas E. Mann
[ Actively Additional Bipartisan Deeply Gain Incumbents Minimize Partisan Party Political Process Redistricting Risk Seats Seeking Their Themselves Via]