Below are resources that provide more information on the redistricting process, the census delay, differential privacy, and ways for the public to get involved.
Provides information about statewide redistricting processes which includes: substantive considerations; who involved in the process; and the rules, progress, and litigation in each state. Project of Loyola Law School.
Provides a comprehensive analysis of current redistricting litigation and congressional district maps dating back to 1962.
Provides reports on redistricting and census data as well as ongoing litigation and projects undertaken by the Center.
Provides a list of frequently asked questions regarding redistricting, as well as a local redistricting checklist among other resources.
Provides a 50-state guide to the redistricting processes.
Provides a free web app to create and analyze redistricting maps from 2010 census and 2018 5-Year ACS estimates/extensive election data. Also includes official congressional and legislative district maps.
Provides free access to the block-level data used in legal redistricting plans and allows uses to create their own maps.
Provides an updating tracker of proposed congressional maps and analyzes the political party they might benefit.
Provides resources for public access to the redistricting process, including map drawing technology for the public.
Provides information about redistricting process, how the public can get involved, and their litigation efforts.
Provides links to reports and documents that provide information about redistricting, census data, and who draws the lines.
Provides analysis of litigation regarding redistricting, and advocates for redistricting reform through litigation. Project of the Campaign Legal Center.
Provides non-partisan reports on gerrymandering and precinct-level geographic data.
A Judge's Guide to Redistricting
A product of the Princeton Gerrymandering Project that is designed to support judges hearing redistricting litigation.
Provides an online map to help members of the public, journalists, elected officials, and other redistricting stakeholders to understand the local implications of redrawing legislative district lines across the country.
Provides free access to redistricting data for use in line drawing as well as other non-partisan resources.
Provides nonpartisan educational resources about redistricting.